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This work applies the modern debate between realism and anti-realism to the question of the nature of law. Starting from the question ""What is legal knowledge?"" it examines the answers provided by the principal contemporary theories of jurisprudence, concluding that they are all inextricably bound up with the nature of justification. It concludes with a account of legal knowledge as pragmatism.