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  1. Michel van de Kerchove (2013). Langage Juridique Et Langage Usuel: Vrais Ou Faux Amis? [REVIEW] International Journal for the Semiotics of Law - Revue Internationale de Sémiotique Juridique 26 (4):833-848.
    This article tries to bring to light the mistaken idea that the words the law borrows from plain language, without explicit definition, should keep their original meaning; Although legal language and plain language are obviously close “friends”, they seem to be also “false friends”, because these words belonging to two different languages have, beyond their formal similarities, partially different meanings. For this purpose, this article provides a critical analysis of the reference of the belgian case law to the ordinary meaning (...)
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  2. Michel van de Kerchove (1993). The Legal System Between Order and Disorder. Oxford University Press.
    How have legal philosophers systemized law, and what types of assumptions have they made in undertaking this task? In what sense is law a system, and how is it maintained as such? This translation of a French book answers these two core inter-related questions by surveying and analyzing the theories of a number of important European legal philosophers as well as offering its own distinct theory for viewing the law as a system.
     
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  3. François Ost & Michel van de Kerchove (1986). Dogmatique juridique et science interdisciplinaire du droit. Rechtstheorie 17:89-110.
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  4. François Ost & Michel Van de Kerchove (1985). Rationalité et souveraineté du législateur, paradigmes de la dogmatique juridique? Rivista Internazionale di Filosofia Del Diritto 62 (2):227-251.
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