Law and logic : a critical account of legal argument  gw ~ us

Joseph Horovitz


  • General Introduction.- I The German Discussion.- 1 A Pseudoformalistic Position: Klug.- 1. The Concept of Legal Logic.- 2. Discussion of Antilogical Doctrines. Legal Confirmation. The Background of Legal Logic.- 3. Analogical Inference. (Formal) Logic and Heuristic "Logic". Creative Judgment and Semantic Interpretation.- 4. Legal Inference by Inversion. The Metalegal Character of Its Conclusion.- 5. Conversion of Law Into a Calculus. Legal "Teleologics".- 2 Two Nonformalistic Positions: Engisch and Simitis.- 1. Engisch on Law and Axiomatics.- 2. Engisch on the Nature of Legal Knowledge.- 3. Engisch's Concept of Material Legal Logic.- 4. Simitis on "the Problem of Legal Logic".- 3 An Axiologistic Position: Heller.- 1. The Logicians' and the Lawyers' Analogical Inference. The Inductive Nature of Legal Argument.- 2. Legal Logic Is Essentially Deontic. The Problem of Subsumption. The Intuitive Character of Legal Argument in Practice.- 3. The Empirical Nature of Legal Confirmation.- Conclusion and Supplementary Observations.- II The Belgian Discussion.- 1. Perelman and Kazemier on the Logical Specificity of Law.- 2. Kalinowski's Denial of the Specificity of Legal Logic.- 3. Kalinowski on Interpretation: (i) Authenticity, Meaning, and the Resolution of Contradictions.- 4. Kalinowski on Interpretation: (ii) The Elimination of Lacunae.- 5. Feys and Motte on "Legal Logic, Legal Systems".- 6. Perelman on "Formal Logic, Legal Logic".- 7. Gregorowicz on "the Argument a Maiori ad Minus and the Problem of Legal Logic": (i) General Stand, and Views Disavowed.- 8. Gregorowicz on "the Argument a Maiori ad Minus and the Problem of Legal Logic": (ii) Views Avowed and Constructive Ideas.- Conclusion and Supplementary Observations.- III The Discussion in the English-Speaking Countries.- 1. Stone on "Uses and Limitations of Formal Logic in Legal Reasoning".- 2. Levi: Legal Argument as a Reflection of Social Change.- 3. Hart on "the Ascription of Responsibility and Rights".- 4. Hart on "Definition and Theory in Jurisprudence".- 5. Jensen: Legal Argument as a Nonlogical Mode of Decision.- 6. Toulmin: Legal Argument as Archetype of Argument in General.- 7. Hart on "Formalism and Rule-Scepticism".- Conclusion and Supplementary Observations.- General Conclusion.- Concerning the Third Edition of Klug's "Juristische Logik".- List of References.- Index of Names.

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書名 Law and logic : a critical account of legal argument
著作者等 Horovitz, Joseph
シリーズ名 Library of exact philosophy
巻冊次 gw
出版元 Springer-Verlag
刊行年月 1972
ページ数 xv, 213 p.
大きさ 25 cm
ISBN 0387810668
NCID BA00983385
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言語 英語
出版国 アメリカ合衆国