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  • noun The quality of being underinclusive.


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underinclusive +‎ -ness


  • Also, if we create rules, we must tolerate their over and underinclusiveness.

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  • I agree, but that still has implications for how we understand and interpret the exceptions – and also increases the underinclusiveness of prohibiting other kinds of commercial dilution, which has implications for the First Amendment analysis of dilution.

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  •  Over and underinclusiveness are, however, not pathological features of rules, but they are the inevitable corollaries of rules-based decision-making.

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