In praise of brevity

Bye bye, February! In honor of the shortest month of the year, below is a brief listing of my most succinct scholarly works:

  1. Kant on Evidence: A Hypothetical Reply to Kerr, a three-paragraph comment letter published in the summer 2019 issue of my favorite law review, The Green Bag.
  2. Research Fraud as Tort, a comment letter published in the Sept. 25, 2015 issue of the journal Science (also three paragraphs).
  3. Public Trust Doctrine: Too Broad, a comment letter published in the Oct. 2, 2009 issue of Science (only two paragraphs!).

My all-time shortest contribution, however, is this one-paragraph comment letter that was published in the July 5, 2013 issue of journal Science. PS: Here is a non-gated version (see letter #4).

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About F. E. Guerra-Pujol

When I’m not blogging, I am a business law professor at the University of Central Florida.
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