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    Law as communication.Mark van Hoecke - 2002 - Oxford: Hart.
    Human interaction and communication are not only regulated by law,but such communication plays an increasing role in the making and legitimation of law, involving various kinds of participants in the communication process. The precise nature of these communications depends on the legal actors involved -- for instance legislators, judges, legal scholars, and the media -- and on the situations where they arise – for instance at the national and supra-national level and within or between State law and non-State law. The (...)
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  2. Judicial Review and Deliberative Democracy: A Circular Model of Law Creation and Legitimation.Mark Van Hoecke - 2001 - Ratio Juris 14 (4):415-423.
    In this paper the author discusses the legitimation of judicial review of legislation. He argues that such a legitimation is not just a moral matter but is to be considered more generally in terms of societal acceptability, since it is based on a wide range of reasons including moral, social and pragmatic concerns. Moreover, the paper stresses that the legitimation of judicial decisions should be properly viewed in a circular perspective, so that the relationship between legislators and judges cannot be (...)
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    Changing Structures in Modern Legal Systems and the Legal State Ideology.Eugenio Bulygin, Mark van Hoecke & Burton M. Leiser - 1998
    Partial proceedings of the 17th World Congress, International Association for Philosophy of Law and Social Philosophy, Bologna, 1995.
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    De Vlaamse inbreng in de VWR.Mark Van Hoecke - 2019 - Netherlands Journal of Legal Philosophy 48 (2):185-202.
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    Methodologies of legal research: which kind of method for what kind of discipline?Mark Van Hoecke (ed.) - 2011 - Portland, Or.: Hart.
    Until quite recently questions about methodology in legal research have been largely confined to understanding the role of doctrinal research as a scholarly discipline. In turn this has involved asking questions not only about coverage but, fundamentally, questions about the identity of the discipline. Is it (mainly) descriptive, hermeneutical, or normative? Should it also be explanatory? Legal scholarship has been torn between, on the one hand, grasping the expanding reality of law and its context, and, on the other, reducing this (...)
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  6. The use of unwritten legal principles in european judicial practice.Mark Van Hoecke - 1993 - In K. B. Agrawal & Rajendra Kumar Raizada (eds.), Sociological Jurisprudence and Legal Philosophy: Random Thoughts On. University Book House.
     
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