Publication | Book Chapter

Theory and Philosophy of Law

Analogy and balancing once again: a reply to Bartosz Brożek

Book title / Magazine:
Analogy and Exemplary Reasoning in Legal Discourse
External Author(s):
David Duarte
External Editor(s):
Hendrik Kaptein; Bastiaan van der Velden
Within the scope of the Project:
Lisbon Legal Theory
Research Areas:
Theory of Law
Bibliographic reference:
Duarte, D. (2018). Analogy and balancing once again: A reply to Bartosz Brożek. In H. Kaptein & B. van der Velden (Eds.), Analogy and Exemplary Reasoning in Legal Discourse (pp. 109–122). Amsterdam University Press.
Research Group(s):
Theory and Philosophy of Law
978-90-485-3714-3
Publishing company: Amsterdam University Press
Ano: 2018

Synopsis

Against the partial reducibility thesis it may still be brought forward that analogy and balancing presuppose totally opposite normative conditions. This renders the whole idea of reduction inconsistent. Or: if an analogy depends on a gap and balancing presupposes more than one applicable norm, then analogy and balancing are incompatible.

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