Legal Disagreements and Theories of Reference

@inproceedings{Mart2016LegalDA,
  title={Legal Disagreements and Theories of Reference},
  author={G. Mart{\'i} and Lorena Ram{\'i}rez-Lude{\~n}a},
  year={2016}
}
According to Hartian positivists, law is a conventional practice that requires a convergence that includes not only the regularity of behavior but also of certain beliefs and attitudes. It is easy to conclude that in this framework the meaning of terms is determined by shared criteria that are transparent to all parties, a form of semantic descriptivism. This, at least, is the way in which Dworkin and his followers have interpreted Hart’s positivist stance. The problem is that disagreements… Expand
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