3 edition of Approaches to legal rationality found in the catalog.
Approaches to legal rationality
Dov M. Gabbay
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||Dov M. Gabbay... [et al.], editors|
|Series||Logic, epistemology and the unity of science -- v. 20, Logic, epistemology and the unity of science -- v. 20.|
|LC Classifications||K212 .A685 2010|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ix, 422 p. :|
|Number of Pages||422|
|ISBN 10||904819587X, 9048195888|
|ISBN 10||9789048195879, 9789048195886|
|LC Control Number||2010936290|
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The present book contains contributions, both historical and thematic, from leading researchers in several of the most important approaches to legal rationality.
One of the main issues is the relation between logic and law: the way logic is actually used in law, but also the way logic can make law explicit. Legal theory, political sciences, sociology, philosophy, logic, artificial intelligence: there are many approaches to legal argumentation.
One of the main issues is the relation between logic and law: the way logic is actually used in law, but also the way logic can make law explicit. Approaches to Legal Rationality by Dov M. Gabbay,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide. Approaches to Legal Rationality explores the most pertinent approaches to rationality in a legal context, and grapples with the relationship between logic and law.
More than a collection of papers, the text includes chapters written from both analytical and continental philosophical perspectives. The present book contains contributions, both historical and thematic, from leading researchers in several of the most important approaches to legal rationality.
One of the main issues is the relation between logic and law: the way logic is actually used in. Approaches to Legal Rationality. LOGIC, EPISTEMOLOGY, AND THE UNITY OF SCIENCE VOLUME 20 Editors Shahid Rahman, University of Lille III, France John Symons, University of Texas at El Paso, U.S.A.
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This article examines the nature of rationality. The domain of rationality is customarily divided into the theoretical and the practical.
Whereas theoretical or epistemic rationality is concerned with what it is rational to believe, and sometimes with rational degrees of belief, practical rationality is concerned with what it is rational to do, or intend or desire to do.
Book Chapter. Publication Date. integrated both logic and experience into law as well as a pluralistic methodological approach to legal rationality. He argues that legal rationality comprises five different levels, spheres or types that are at least important or valuable, that one of these is at least morally important or valuable, and that.
Through the analysis of legal institutions and their treatment and the way that rationality was understood, the article takes the examination to the contemporary discussions on rationality and civilization, exposing the primitivistic roots of popular conceptions about indigenous legal cultures.
Approaches to legal difference. (functional rationality), this approach assumes that all public decisions must first be based on background rationality. Thus, society must establish through the government, the social goals and social values (such as equality, economic development or public order).
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Weber saw the rational–legal authority system with its organizational form of bureaucracy as the dominant institution of modern society. The authority system is rational because means are designed expressly to achieve certain goals and it is legal because authority is exercised through an office with its associated rules and procedures.
theoretical approaches to the issues of rationality and irrationality and their methodological consequences, while warning, at the same time, against the risks of applying rationality models of a pronounced normative-evaluative nature.
A number of important methodological consequences of applying the principle of charity to various. the discussion proceeds. The theoretical approaches include elite theory, group theory, political systems theory and institutionalism, policy output analysis, incremental theory and rational-choice theory which are primarily concerned with public policy-making as a process.
Each of these theories is briefly discussed. Elite Theory. Law's Empire is a text in legal philosophy by Ronald Dworkin, in which the author continues his criticism of the philosophy of legal positivism as promoted by H.L.A. Hart during the middle to late 20th century. The book notably introduces Dworkin's Judge Hercules as an idealized version of a jurist with extraordinary legal skills who is able to challenge various predominating schools of.
But it was more than that. Weber’s work was indented for displacing the old organizational structures of the industrialization period. According to Max Weber, the Bureaucratic management approach emphasized the necessity of organizations to operate in a rational way instead of following the “arbitrary whims” or irrational emotions and intentions of owners and managers.
During the last half of the twentieth century, legal philosophy (or legal theory or jurisprudence) has grown significantly. It is no longer the domain of a few isolated scholars in law and philosophy. Hundreds of scholars from diverse fields attend international meetings on the subject.
In some universities, large lecture courses of five hundred students or more study it. Introduction “Rationality” is among our central and most widely used evaluative notions. That humans are “rational animals” is a presumption built into the very name of our species, Homo sapiens; and the thought that humans are rational, perhaps distinctively so, appears to be part of the popular fabric of thought about ourselves.“Rational” and its complement “irrational” are.Faith and rationality are two perennial key concepts in the history of ideas.
Philosophers and theologians have struggled to bring into harmony these otherwise conflicting concepts. Despite the diversity of approaches about what rationality effectively means, logic remains the cannon of objective and rational. Book Description. Law schools are failing both their staff and students by requiring them to prize reason and rationality and to suppress or ignore emotions.
Despite innovations in terms of both content and teaching techniques, there is little evidence that emotions are effectively acknowledged or utilised within legal education.