The role of the judge in legal proceedings: A Pragma-dialectical analysis


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Eveline Feteris
University of Amsterdam
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In this contribution I characterize the role of the judge in the context of the argumentative activity of legal proceeding. I describe the role of the judge from a pragma-dialectical perspective and explain in which way this role promotes a rational resolution of the dispute. I specify how a critical discussion in accordance with the ideal model is implemented in legal procedure to accomplish the institutional point, a resolution of the dispute in accordance with the Rule of Law.
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DOI 10.1075/jaic.1.2.05fet
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