legal theory, modernism, political theory, critical legal studies
Passion is a cogently structured, compel Jingly argued and seductively enthralling masterpiece which, in years to come, will undoubtedly stand out as an inspirational source for many who seek social transformation. Unger's style, in this essay at least, is lucid and inviting. Substantively, Passion demonstrates not only the depth of his penetrating intellect but also his command of an array of' disciplines. Unger's polymathy is all the more impressive when we remember that ours is an era in which idiosyncratic specialization is the norm.
Richard Devlin, Book Review of Passion, An Essay on Personality by Roberto Unger, (1985) 11 Queen's LJ 219.
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