Pasado y futuro en la argumentación jurídica

In order to justify a legal decision or any other kind of legal conclusion, one must take into account sources which are previous and pre-existent to the argumentation itself (the past) and predictions about the consequences that would be caused by one result or other (the future). Both focus of att... Deskribapen osoa

Egile nagusia: Rodríguez-Toubes Muñiz, Joaquín
Formatua: Artikulua
Hizkuntza: Gaztelania
Argitaratua: Sociedad Española de Filosofía Jurídica y Política 2011
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Laburpena: In order to justify a legal decision or any other kind of legal conclusion, one must take into account sources which are previous and pre-existent to the argumentation itself (the past) and predictions about the consequences that would be caused by one result or other (the future). Both focus of attention are reconcilable when looking to the future is required by the sources of the past. However, quite often tensions arise which have to be resolved by means of reasoning or decision-making. Looking to the past predominates in legal argumentation for good reasons, but the importance of the concern for the future in normative theory and practice, should not be ignored. The paper identifies six groups of justificatory elements that work successively in a sort of wheel of arguments about both the past and the future