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  1. Strategic Manoeuvring with Linguistic Arguments in the Justification of Legal Decisions.Eveline Feteris - unknown
    Participants to a legal process often use linguistic arguments to support their claim. With a linguistic argument it is shown that the proposed interpretation of a rule is based on the meaning of the words used in the rule in ordinary or technical language. The reason why a linguistic argument is chosen as a support for a legal claim is that linguistic arguments are considered to have a preferred status in justifying a legal decision. However, this preferred status can also (...)
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  • „Abwägung“: total, formal oder strukturiert? Ansätze einer Methodik rechtsgebundener Wertzumessung. Windisch - 2013 - Rechtstheorie 44 (1):61-102.
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