Rechtstheorie 47 (2):217-244 (2016)

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Luc Schneider
Universität des Saarlandes
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The paper provides a classification of argumentation schemes used in German jurisprudence in accordance with recent developments in argumentation theory and legal methodology.
Keywords informal logic  legal argumentation
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DOI 10.3790/rth.47.2.217
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