Aarnio and the problem of legal certainty

Rechtstheorie 26 (1):27-44 (1995)

Paolo Comanducci
Università degli Studi di Genova
This paper considers certain aspects of Aarnio’s theory of legal reasoning. Criticism is limited to the notion of legal certainty and to the related notions of the justification and reasonable acceptability of interpretative standpoints.
Keywords Aarnio, Aulis  legal certainty  legal reasoning  interpretation
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