4 edition of Metaphor and reason in judicial opinions found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|LC Classifications||KF211.5 .B67 1992|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, 240 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||240|
|LC Control Number||91030037|
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The evolution of the English style of presenting judicial opinions falls into three periods, marking a transition from judging as the product of metaphor of the Argonauts’ ship, which had every plank replaced dur- reason against the monarch’s reliance on natural reason, a claim that re-Cited by: 6. Jan 18, · I will argue that the evidence that sceptics provide is not only scarce but inconclusive and present a wealth of implicatures from judicial opinions that are not unreliable. I will conclude that an evidence-based approach casts the sceptical view into doubt and suggest that communicative cooperation is presumed in judicial opinions, as certifiedneighborhoodspecialist.com: Marat Shardimgaliev.
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Bit misleading, as it concerns more than metaphor in judicial opin ions. Of course, "Tropes and Reason in Judicial Opinions" does not make an accessible or interesting book title.
Unfortunately, Bosmajian creates a serious problem for his reader by postponing definition of his central concepts of metaphor,Author: Eileen A. Scallen. Jan 11, · The book's Introduction sets forth the author's argument for why it is important to study the use of rhetorical devices in judicial opinions.
The author then provides background information by explaining the functions and purposes of judicial opinions (Chapter 1), and discussing figures of speech and figures of thought (Chapter 2).Cited by: Home» Browse» Books» Book details, Metaphor and Reason in Judicial Opinions.
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Bosmajian. Read preview. Metaphor and Reason in Judicial Opinions At the outset of the book, Douglas observes: "The boy makes. Get this from a library. Metaphor and reason in judicial opinions.
[Haig A Bosmajian] -- While much has been written on the use of metaphor in literature and religion, science and philosophy, few articles and no books have discussed its function in legal opinions. To the public, judges. To the public, judges handing down judicial decisions present arguments arrived through rational discourse and literal language.
Yet, as Judge Richard Posner has pointed out, "Rhetorical power counts for a lot in law. Science, not to mention everyday thought, is influenced by metaphors. Why shouldn’t law be?" Haig Bosmajian examines the crucial role of the trope—metaphors, personifications.
Apr 01, · Bosmajian's Metaphor and reason in judicial opinions presents a new way of looking at the language oflaw: by examining the controlling metaphors that judges employ to craft and buttress their written opinions.
As in many other fields, terms of the experiential world are pressed into service as figures of speech. metaphor and reason in judicial opinions Dec 22, Posted By Cao Xueqin Public Library TEXT ID a2e5b Online PDF Ebook Epub Library speech such as the wall of separation between church and abstract book review metaphor and reason in judicial opinions.
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Bosmajian. To the public, judges handing down judicial decisions present arguments arrived through rational discourse and literal language. Yet, as Judge Richard Posner has Free shipping over $Cited by: Scallen, Eileen A. Book review: Metaphor and Reason in Judicial Opinions.
By Haig Bosmajian. University of Minnesota Law certifiedneighborhoodspecialist.com: Eileen A. Scallen. Haig Bosmajian's book Metaphor and Reason in Judicial Opinions offers this kind of promise.
When Bosmajian quotes Judge Richard Posner, that "the subject of judicial rhetoric is both rich and comparatively unexplored" (7), and when he notes "the dearth until the s of scholarship in figurative language and the law" (9), I rub my hands.
Abstract. Book review: Metaphor and Reason in Judicial Opinions. By Haig Bosmajian. Carbondale, IL: Southern Illinois University Press. xiv, Author: Eileen A. Scallen. Metaphor and Reason in Judicial Opinions by Haig Bosmajian [book review], 10 Constitutional Commentary ().
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The "wall of separation between church and. Haig Aram Bosmajian (March 26, June 17, ) was an author, lecturer, and professor, who received the Orwell Award for his book The Language of Oppression (). Haig Bosmajian received a PhD in from Stanford University.
His work has. A judicial opinion is a form of legal opinion written by a judge or a judicial panel in the course of resolving a legal dispute, providing the decision reached to resolve the dispute, and usually indicating the facts which led to the dispute and an analysis of the law used to arrive at the decision.
This article draws on literary and linguistic theory, as well as prior work studying the effects of metaphor in judicial opinions, to study the use of a specific type of metaphor - baseball Author: Chad Oldfather.
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Comment. Susan M. Wolf. Harvard Journal of Law & Technology [Vol. 16 Within the law, metaphors mold the framework of discourse, de-termining the scope of appropriate questions about and answers to various social and legal problems.6 Courts and commentators employ metaphors as .ples, Haig Bosmajian, Metaphor and Reason in Judicial Opinions (Southern Illinois, ); Mark Tushnet, Style and the Supreme Court's Educational Role in Government, 11 Const Commentary ().
2 The sense in which it is used in Peter Gay, Style in History (Basic Books, ), Cited by: In his latest book, "Thomas Jefferson and the Wall of Separation Between Church and State", Daniel Dreisbach exposes the history of the wall metaphor and argues that the wall is rooted in anti-Catholicism and the fear of religious influence on public life.
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