Law, Interpretation and Reality: Essays in Epistemology, Hermeneutics and Jurisprudence / Edition 1by Patrick Nerhot
Pub. Date: 12/31/1989
Publisher: Springer Netherlands
Table of Contents1: The Law and Its Reality.- Fact and Law.- The Fact and the Law.- The Concept of Fact in Legal Science.- The Law and its Reality.- On Rational Acceptability. Some Remarks on Legal Justification.- Semiotics and the Problem of Interpretation.- Preliminary Remarks on a Legal Logic and Ontology of Relations.- II: Interpretation in Legal Science the Hypothesis of the Narrative Coherence.- Narrative Coherence and the Limits of the Hermeneutic Paradigm.- From the Deductive to the Argumentative Rationality of Law.- Interpretation in Legal Science.- The Jury and Reality.- Hermeneutics and Narrative Comprehension.- Coherence, Truth and Rightness in the Law.- Narrative Coherence and the Guises of Legalism.- A Linguistic Analysis of Narrative Coherence in the Court-Room.- The Normative Syllogism and the Problem of Reference.- Legal Certainty, Coherence and Consensus: Variations on a Theme by MacCormick.- Normative Coherence and Epistemological Presuppositions of Justification.
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