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Logic in Law : Remarks on Logic and Rationality in Normative Reasoning, Especially in Law - Arend Soeteman

Logic in Law

Remarks on Logic and Rationality in Normative Reasoning, Especially in Law

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The study presented in this book was entered upon by me from a legal point of view. 'Legal logic' has been known for a long time, concerning itself with the methodology of legal and in particular judicial reasoning. In modern days, however, this 'legal logic' is sometimes also connected with modern formal logic, as it has been developed in the works of G. Boole, A. de Morgan, G. Frege, C.S. Peirce, E. Schroder, G. Peano, A.N. Whitehead, B. Russell and others. For me this gave rise to the as yet not very specific question about the meaning of modern symbolic logic for law. Already in an early stage it appeared that, although traditional legal logic and modern symbolic logic both concern logic, this may not create the misapprehension that a similar matter is at issue. Both concern themselves (among other things) with reasonings and reasoning. Traditional legal logic is, however, as it was said by the German legal theoretician K. Engisch: "a material logic that wants us to reflect on what we have to do if we -within the limits of actual possibility- wish to reach true, or at least correct judgements" (Engisch, 1964, p.5). Modern symbolic logic on the other hand is not concerned with the truth or correctness of the result of an argument, but with its validity, i.e. the question when or under which conditions the truth (correctness) of the conclusion is guaranteed by the truth (correctness) of the premisses.

I Logic.- II Normative Judgements.- III the Possibility of Deontic Logic.- IV Prolegomena for a Deontic Logic.- V A Standard System of Deontic Logic.- VI The Norm-Content of the Standard System.- VII The Negation of Normative Expressions: Weak and Strong Permission, Particularly in Law.- VIII Conditional Norms.- IX The Meaning of Logic for Normative Reasoning.- Notes.- Index of names.- Index of subjects.- A few of the used concepts.

ISBN: 9780792300427
ISBN-10: 0792300424
Series: Law and Philosophy Library
Audience: Professional
Format: Hardcover
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 326
Published: 31st December 1988
Publisher: Springer
Country of Publication: NL
Dimensions (cm): 23.5 x 15.5  x 2.54
Weight (kg): 1.46