This juridical hermeneutic journal was born as a forum of discussion for who deal with Law, both Italians and foreigners. Because of an increasing specialization of juridical philosophy, its complexity and theoretical abstraction, Ars Interpretandi aims to bring the attention to the Law as a juridical experience and interpretation, in the belief that the interpretative activity may not be restricted to researching hidden meanings in juridical texts. This activity should be seen, indeed, as a wider operation, tied to a practical reason and turned to administrating Law’s usage within today’s pluralistic society.
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