What are the crucial differences between the logic of exposition, the logic of inquiry and the rationale of the syllogism, according to Dewey in "Logical Method and the Law"?

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What are the crucial differences between the logic of exposition, the logic of inquiry and the rationale of the syllogism, according to Dewey in "Logical Method and the Law"? Which do two tenets of Legal Pragmatism Butler and Sullivan both stress in their several objections to Ronald Working’s model of jurisprudence (and his critical reading of pragmatism as a theory of law)? Are these criticisms useful? Why or why not?

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