Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy (2015)

Tina Fernandes Botts
Dartmouth College
Legal Hermeneutics The question of how best to determine the meaning of a given text has always been the chief concern of the general field of inquiry known as hermeneutics. Legal hermeneutics is rooted in philosophical hermeneutics and takes as its subject matter the nature of legal meaning. Legal hermeneutics asks the … Continue reading Hermeneutics, Legal →.
Keywords philosophy of law  legal interpretation  jurisprudence  hermeneutics
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