Law and philosophy library. 1572-4395 ; 111.
This book focuses on the problems of rules, rule-following and normativity as discussed within the areas of analytic philosophy, linguistics, logic and legal theory. Divided into four parts, the volume covers topics in general analytic philosophy, analytic legal theory, legal interpretation and argumentation, logic as well as AI&Law area of research. It discusses, inter alia, "Kripkenstein's" sceptical argument against rule-following and normativity of meaning, the role of neuroscience in explaining the phenomenon of normativity, conventionalism in philosophy of law, normativity of rules of interpretation, some formal approaches towards rules and normativity as well as the problem of defeasibility of rules. The aim of the book is to provide an interdisciplinary approach to an inquiry into the questions concerning rules, rule-following and normativity.
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Part I: Philosophical Problems of Normativity and Rule Following 1. Rules, Norms and Principles: A Conceptual Framework; Paul Boghossian 2. Separating Rules from Normativity; Jaap Hage 3. Communalism, Correction and Nihilist Solitary Rule-Following Arguments; William Knorpp 4. Knowing Way Too Much: a Case against Semantic Phenomenology; Krzysztof Posłajko 5. The Meaning of Normativity of Meaning; Leopold Hess 6. On the Kantian Background of "Kripkenstein" Rule-following Paradox; Przemysław Tacik 7. Rules as Patterns Between Normativism and Naturalism; Piotr Kozak 8. Normativity and Rationality: Framing the Problem; Joanna Klimczyk 9. Rules and Rights; Tomasz Pietrzykowski Part II: Normativity of Law and Legal Norms 10. Rules and Normativity in Law; Brian Bix 11. Obligation: A Legal-Theoretical Perspective; Stefano Bertea 12. On Obligations, Norms and Rules; Dietmar von der Pfordten 13. Philosophy, Neuroscience and Law: The Conceptual and Empirical, Rule-following, Interpretation and Knowledge; Dennis Patterson, Michael S. Pardo 14. Gunman Situation, Vicious Circle and Pure Theory of Law; Monika Zalewska 15. Rules as Reason-Giving Facts: A Difference-Making-Based Account of the Normativity of Rules; Peng-Hsiang Wang and Linton Wang 16. Rules, Conventionalism and Normativity: Some Remarks Starting from Hart; Aldo Schiavello 17. Are Fundamental Legal Reasons Internal? A Few Remarks on the Internal Point of View; Adam Dyrda Part III: Rules in Legal Interpretation and Argumentation 18. The Normativity of Rules of Interpretation; Tomasz Gizbert-Studnicki 19. Legal Interpretation as a Rule-guided Phenomenon; Paweł Banaś 20. To Whom does the Law Speak? Canvassing a Neglected Picture of Law's Interpretive Field; Paolo Sandro 21. Interpretation and Understanding in Law. The Complexity of Easy Cases; Ralf Poscher 22. The Ordinary Meaning of Rules; Brian G. Slocum 23. Blindly Following the Rules: Revisiting the claritas Doctrine; Hanna Filipczyk 24. Why Legal Rules are not Speech Acts and what Follows from that; Marcin Matczak 25. The Validity of Moral Rules and Principles as a Legal Problem; Andrzej Grabowski 26. Implicatures within the Legal Context - a rule-based analysis of the possible content of conversational maxims in law; Izabela Skoczeń 27. Why are Words not Enough? or a Few Remarks on Traffic Signs; Michał Dudek IV. Rules in Legal Logic and AI&Law 28. In Defense of the Expressive Conception of Norms; Andrej Kristan 29. Rule-following and Logic; Jan Woleński 30. Negating Rules; Giovanni Battista Ratti 31. Legal Rules: Defeasible or Indefeasible?; Michał Araszkiewicz 32. The Role of Argumentation Theory in the Logic of Judgments; Marcelo Ceci 33. Towards Multidimensional Rule Visualization; Vytautas Čyras, Friedrich Lachmayer.
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