Rule of Law, Justice, and Interpretation Luc B. Tremblay

ISBN: 9780773566910

Published: October 1st 1997

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360 pages


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Rule of Law, Justice, and Interpretation  by  Luc B. Tremblay

Rule of Law, Justice, and Interpretation by Luc B. Tremblay
October 1st 1997 | ebook | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, talking book, mp3, ZIP | 360 pages | ISBN: 9780773566910 | 5.17 Mb

Tremblays theory of the rule of law involves a set of practical principles that constitute the ideal type of a conception of law that is both constitutive and regulative of legal discourse and practice. Tremblay examines two competing ideal types,MoreTremblays theory of the rule of law involves a set of practical principles that constitute the ideal type of a conception of law that is both constitutive and regulative of legal discourse and practice.

Tremblay examines two competing ideal types, the rule of law as certainty and the rule of law as justice. The former, a standard doctrine within contemporary legal, social, and political theory, is shown to be incoherent. Thus the rule of law as justice, he shows, provides the best basis for understanding legal discourse in general and Canadian constitutional law in particular.

Tremblay offers a coherent reconstruction of Canadian law from fundamental principles of the rule of law as justice and tests the theory through applications to key judicial decisions that have proven resistant to positivist interpretation.



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