Facts and norms in law interdisciplinary reflections on legal method (Book, 2016) [WorldCat.org]
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Facts and norms in law interdisciplinary reflections on legal method

Author: Sanne Taekema; Bart van Klink; Wouter De Been
Publisher: Cheltenham, UK Northampton, MA, USA Edward Elgar Publishing Cheltenham, UK Northampton, MA, USA Edward Elgar Publishing [2016]
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Introduction : facts, morms and interdisciplinary research / Wouter de Been, Sanne Taekema and Bart van Klink -- Facts, values and norms / Jaap Hage -- Imitation of life : resonances between law and fact and fact and law / Geoffrey Samuel -- The epistemic dependence of judicial decision-makers / Rachel Herdy -- Facts and norms in the behavioural assumptions of law / Peter Cserne -- Legal doctrine is a non-normative  Read more...
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Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Sanne Taekema; Bart van Klink; Wouter De Been
ISBN: 9781785361081 1785361082
OCLC Number: 940498520
Description: xii, 294 Seiten
Contents: Contents:ForewordPART I1. IntroductionWouter de Been, Sanne Taekema and Bart van Klink2. Facts, Values and NormsJaap HagePART II3. Imitation of Life: Resonances Between Law and Fact and Fact and LawGeoffrey Samuel4. The Epistemic Dependence of Judicial Decision-MakersRachel Herdy5. Facts and Norms in the Behavioural Assumptions of LawPeter CsernePART III6. Legal Doctrine is a Non-normative Discipline: An Argument from Abstract Object TheoryAnne Ruth Mackor7. Systems Theory, Critique and Law: To Kill Some Darlings? Lyana Francot8. A Law and Economics Perspective on Normative AnalysisAlessio M. PaccesPART IV9. Exploring the Boundaries of Law: On the Is-Ought Distinction in Jellinek and KelsenBart van Klink and Oliver W. Lembcke10. The Natural and the Normative: The Distinction, not the Dichotomy, between Facts and Values in a Broader ContextMaksymilian Del Mar11. How Should Lawyers Use Sociological Ideas? Juristic Practice and Social ScienceRoger CotterrellPART V12. The Need for Audacious Fully Armed Scholars: Concluding ReflectionsWibren van der BurgIndex
Responsibility: edited by Sanne Taekema, Erasmus School of Law, Erasmus University Rotterdam, the Netherlands; Bart van Klink, Faculty of Law, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, the Netherlands; Wouter de Been, Erasmus School of Law, Erasmus University Rotterdam, the Netherlands

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They discuss topics such as the epistemic dependence of judicial decision-makers, legal doctrine as a non-normative discipline, systems-theory critique and law, and exploring the boundaries of law.  Read more...

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'A valuable collection of original analyses of the way various disciplines conceptualise facts, values, and norms in the realms of judging, lawyering, and legislating - and the interdisciplinary Read more...

 
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