List of John Benjamins publications for which Giovanni Tuzet plays a role.
Economic consequences for lawyers: Beyond the jurisprudential preface Journal of Argumentation in Context 9:3, pp. 368–3982020
This article moves from the premise that a bilateral relationship between law and economics requires the contribution of the theory of legal argumentation. The article shows that, to be legally relevant, economic consequences have to be incorporated into interpretive arguments. In this regard, the… read more | Article
What the legislature did not say: Legislative intentions and counterfactuals in legal argumentation Journal of Argumentation in Context 5:3, pp. 249–2702016
The paper is about the uses of the argument from legislative counterfactual intention, in the field of legal interpretation and argumentation. After presenting the argument from intention in general, it distinguishes the varities of the argument from counterfactual legislative intention and… read more | Article