Philosophical Foundations of Language in the Law (Philosophical Foundations of Law)
Free Shipping Included! Philosophical Foundations of Language in the Law (Philosophical Foundations of Law) by Marmor Andrei A Soames Scott at Translate This Blog. Hurry! Limited time offer. Offer valid only while supplies last. This collection brings together the best contemporary philosophical work in the area of intersection between philosophy of language and the law. Some
The contributions to this volume are grouped under three main general areas: The first area concerns a critical assessment, in light of recent advances in philosophy of language, of the foundational role of language in understanding the nature of law itself. The second main area concerns a number of ways in which an understanding of language can resolve some of the issues prevalent in legal interpretation, such as the various ways in which semantic content can differ from law's assertive content; the contribution of presuppositions and pragmatic implicatures in understanding what the law conveys; the role of vagueness in legal language, for example. The third general topic concerns the role of language in the context of particular legal doctrines and legal solutions to practical problems, such as the legal definitions of inchoate crimes, the legal definition of torture, or the contractual doctrines concerning default rules.
Together, these three key issues cover a wide range of philosophical interests in law that can be elucidated by a better understanding of language and linguistic communication.
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|Brand:||Marmor Andrei A Soames Scott|
|Publisher:||Oxford University Press|
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