Giorgio Maniaci

Il principio metodologico assente. Perché i giudici non sembrano argomentare in modo sufficientemente razionale e perché, invece, dovrebbero farlo

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Keywords: rationality, judicial motivation, «methodological principle of interpretation».

In this work, I will defend two thesis. First, it seems not possible to reconstruct the content of many judicial motivations, elaborated in many Constitutional States, as a chain of arguments which is logically o rationally correct. The reason is that there is not often a general and normative premise in the external justification of the major premise of decisional syllogism. Secondly, I will argue that the judicial motivation, under certain conditions, could likely be and should be logically or rationally justified.

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