How Judges Reason The Logic of Adjudication American University Studies 9 History 123

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How Judges Reason The Logic of Adjudication American University Studies 9 History 123

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Legal rules ought to work themselves out with unique or difficult cases becoming fewer and the inconsistencies in the system disappearing as they are confronted. Instead legal doctrine and the role of judges has become more difficult and often more controversial. This book offers a general explanation why and in so doing analyzes how individuals reason when they behave as judges. Drawing on ideas from philosophical logic game theory philosophy of mind truth theory and jurisprudence the author develops a theory of judicial pluralism which suggests that judicial truth is individually objective but societally personal pluralistic and idiosyncratic. Language: English
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  • ISBN: 9780820415499
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