"We can't have a single philosophy. The most dangerous thing in the world is to have a judicial philosophy. And the reason is there's no one philosophical system, at least in my experience, for the interpretation of statutes--and God knows, for the American Constitution--that is going to be able to work regardless of all circumstances," - David Souter, over the weekend.

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