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Rethinking Legal Reasoning

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ISBN13: 9781784712600
To be Published: August 2018
Publisher: Edward Elgar Publishing Limited
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Hardback
Price: £95.00



Preface General introduction 1. What was the contribution of the medieval civilians? 2. What was the contribution of the Roman lawyers? 3. What was the contribution of the later civilians and the common lawyers? 4. What is the institutional legacy? 5. What is the legal literature legacy? 6. How do legal reasoners treat facts? 7. Is legal reasoning like medical reasoning? 8. Is legal reasoning like reasoning in film studies? 9. Is legal reasoning based on fictions? 10. Can legal reasoning be rethought? 11. Rethinking legal reasoning: should jurists take interests more seriously? 12. Should jurists take interests more seriously (continued)? Conclusions Reference bibliography Index

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Subjects:
Legal Skills and Method
Contents:
Preface General introduction
1. What was the contribution of the medieval civilians?
2. What was the contribution of the Roman lawyers?
3. What was the contribution of the later civilians and the common lawyers?
4. What is the institutional legacy?
5. What is the legal literature legacy?
6. How do legal reasoners treat facts?
7. Is legal reasoning like medical reasoning?
8. Is legal reasoning like reasoning in film studies?
9. Is legal reasoning based on fictions?
10. Can legal reasoning be rethought?
11. Rethinking legal reasoning: should jurists take interests more seriously?
12. Should jurists take interests more seriously (continued)?
Conclusions
Reference bibliography
Index