Language cannot be seen as a transparent or neutral but a real force of its own. Language does much to shape both who we are our very selves and the ways in which we observe and construe the world. James Boyd White (1990) Justice as Translation: an essay in cultural and legal criticism (University of Chicago Press), at xi.
In the light of this quotation from White, an esteemed US scholar in law and humanities, critically discuss the stories of law in the following topic from the course:
(A) Equity and the language of conscience.
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