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Posner's book shows the intergal link between law, politics, and economics.
Having read several of Judge Posner's books, I mark him down as one of a handful of top-notch intellectuals in my estimation.
Judge Richard Posner is a very smart (an understatement really) and a serious person and this book illustrates this well.
This is a serious book written with lots of documentation, solid arguments and very systematically. Americans will learn a lot about many fine points of their laws, biases and... Read morePublished 23 months ago by J. P. Arroyo
Written by one of the leading American legal jurists of all time, and a heavy-weight intellectual generally, the book does not disappoint. Read morePublished on August 9, 2012 by Igor Faynshteyn
Not recommended reading for understanding normal adult sexual relationships. Not everyone "reasons" the same and this includes some deviant actions by my standards. Read morePublished on July 14, 2010 by A. Sawyer
Just a small contribution here to the long list of seemingly well informed reviews written above. I have heard much about Judge Posner and his reputation for being prolific within... Read morePublished on January 5, 2010 by D. Zee
Four stars because I only made it through page 242 of this book because it is So Verbose, says my trusty 3M-tape-flag-bookmark. Posner could really use an editor on his team. Read morePublished on November 18, 2008 by Hibernating Hummingbird
Judge Richard Posner's 'Sex and Reason' has influenced me more then any book I recently read, lead me to a complete reevaluation of what the Law is, and what it should be. Read morePublished on December 7, 2006 by Omer Belsky
Judge Posner is the finest legal mind of the current age, and "Sex and Reason" is precisely what you'd expect from him. Read morePublished on December 16, 2005 by Scott D. Scheule