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Open and closed intermediaries in normative systems

Lindahl, Lars LU and Odelstad, Jan (2006) Jurix 2006 In Legal Knowledge and Information Systems
Abstract
Legal terms such as "owner", "contract", "possession", "citizen" are "intermediaries" in the sense that they serve as vehicles of inference between statements of legal grounds, on one hand, and legal consequences, on the other. After introducing our approach to the representation of a normative system, we present a theory of "intervenients", seen as a tool for analysing intermediaries. The paper is especially concerned with the subject-matter of open and closed intervenients as well as the related issue of negations of intervenients. Also, we introduce the idea of so-called gic-systems, where "gic" is an abbreviation of "ground-intervenient-consequence".
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open intervenients, legal concepts, intermediaries, gic-systems., closed intervenients, intervenients, negations of intervenients, law, rättsvetenskap
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Legal Knowledge and Information Systems
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van Engers, T.M.
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IOS Press
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Jurix 2006
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English
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  abstract     = {Legal terms such as "owner", "contract", "possession", "citizen" are "intermediaries" in the sense that they serve as vehicles of inference between statements of legal grounds, on one hand, and legal consequences, on the other. After introducing our approach to the representation of a normative system, we present a theory of "intervenients", seen as a tool for analysing intermediaries. The paper is especially concerned with the subject-matter of open and closed intervenients as well as the related issue of negations of intervenients. Also, we introduce the idea of so-called gic-systems, where "gic" is an abbreviation of "ground-intervenient-consequence".},
  author       = {Lindahl, Lars and Odelstad, Jan},
  editor       = {van Engers, T.M.},
  keyword      = {open intervenients,legal concepts,intermediaries,gic-systems.,closed intervenients,intervenients,negations of intervenients,law,rättsvetenskap},
  language     = {eng},
  publisher    = {ARRAY(0x97c6470)},
  series       = {Legal Knowledge and Information Systems},
  title        = {Open and closed intermediaries in normative systems},
  year         = {2006},
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