Law Without Truth

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Deborah Charles Publications, 2000 - Jurisprudence - 273 pages
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This work analyzes the range of philosophical theories of truth, as applied to legal norms, paying particular attention to the distinction between ontological and criteriological definitions. The author reviews correspondence, coherence, consensus and procedural theories, and explores their role in major contemporary accounts of legal argument, particularly those of Habermas, Alexy, Aarnio, Peczenik and Dworkin.

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Contents

Introduction 514
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Analytical and synthetic conceptions of truth
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THE PROBLEM OF TRUTH
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Copyright

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