Call For Papers, IRSL, University of Torino, September 19-20, 2019


Law & Humanities Blog: Call For Papers, IRSL, University of Torino, September 19-20, 2019


Call For Papers, IRSL, University of Torino, September 19-20, 2019

                                                                                          
IRSL 2019, University of Torino
Hosted by the University of Torino, LabOnt, Circe
THE REASONABLE INTERPRETER
Perspectives
on legal and non legal semiotics
Legal
normativity is nowadays characterized by many forms. Multi-level governance
amplifies this attitude: there are different judges, different courts, and many
codes (aesthetic, digital, etc) can now be recalled as valid arguments in legal
reasoning. 
The 2019
Roundtable for the Semiotics of Law addresses this plural and many-sided
attitude of legal discourse from the perspective of the interpreter of the
legal text. What is the role of reasonableness in legal hermeneutics today?
Against this
background, the conference will address issues such as: can algorithms be
considered as the new topoi of legal science? How are legal
semiotics and legal rhetorics interconnected? Is there still room for pathos
and ethos within a reasoning that makes reference to big data? Therefore, and,
most importantly: how are legal and non-legal semiotics connected today? And
can this relationship be traced back to antiquity?
Selected
papers will be invited for publication in a special issue of the International
Journal for the Semiotics of Law (Springer:
http://www.springer.com/lawjournal11196) or for inclusion in an edited volume.

 





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