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AuthorAnderson, Bruce. author
Title"Discovery" in Legal Decision-Making [electronic resource] / by Bruce Anderson
ImprintDordrecht : Springer Netherlands : Imprint: Springer, 1996
Connect tohttp://dx.doi.org/10.1007/978-94-017-0554-7
Descript X, 171 p. online resource

SUMMARY

This book deals with a central problem throughout the legal profession -a solution to the problem is sought and reached in some basic form. At the centre of this probยญ lematic is the question indicated by the title: "What is the nature of "discovery" in legal decision-making?" In the final chapter that problem and the solution reached will be seen to have ramifications throughout the entire field of legal practice and theory. However, the focus of the argument is maintained first to specify adequately the particular manifestation of the problem in a variety of legal fields and secondly to arrive at a precise basic solution to this range of problems. The presentation of the solution is not dictated by the norms of clarity and coherence, but by the dynamยญ ics of the struggle to reach the solution and by aspects of the problem available to various sub-groups within the legal profession -theorists, judges, arbitrators. So, I begin from a relatively familiar zone, discussions of discovery in legal theory before moving to more unfamiliar territory. This book is not a thorough survey of problems and writings on discovery. Rather, the strategic selection of problems and assessment of solutions across the first four chapters represents four aspects of the problem. Those chapters invite the reader to rise to the sense of occurrence of a single problem in a variety of contexts


CONTENT

1 The Problematic Nature of Discovery and Justification -- 2 Investigating The Analogy Between Science and Law -- 3 Examining "Discovery" and A Womanโ{128}{153}s Point of View as Justificatory and Rhetorical Strategies in Madame Justice Wilsonโ{128}{153}s Analysis of The Right to Liberty in R v. Morgentaler, Smoling and Scott -- 4 Investigating "Discovery" in The Arbitration Process -- 5 Bernard Lonergan on Insight in Theoretical and Practical Reasoning -- 6 "Discovery" in Theoretical Problem-Solving -- 7 "Discovery" in Practical Problem-Solving -- 8 Legal Reasoning in a New Context


Law Epistemology Ethics Political science Philosophy and social sciences Law -- Philosophy Law Theories of Law Philosophy of Law Legal History Philosophy of Law Ethics Epistemology Philosophy of the Social Sciences



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