The paper critically reconstructs the analysis of the logical structure of detached statements, developed by J. Raz, in the light of his externalist conception of reasons for action (sec. 1-2). The main objections to Raz's antireductionist approach are presented, trying to clarify their scope, efficacy,and dependency from an internalist conception (sec. 3). In the last part (sec. 4-5), on the basis of logico-linguistic considerations compatible with Razian conceptual frame, I show how the existence of detached statements results in some unavoidable contradictions affecting is theory of legal language.

Tertium non datur: sulla pretesa autonomia concettuale degli asserti distaccati

MUFFATO, NICOLA
2013-01-01

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The paper critically reconstructs the analysis of the logical structure of detached statements, developed by J. Raz, in the light of his externalist conception of reasons for action (sec. 1-2). The main objections to Raz's antireductionist approach are presented, trying to clarify their scope, efficacy,and dependency from an internalist conception (sec. 3). In the last part (sec. 4-5), on the basis of logico-linguistic considerations compatible with Razian conceptual frame, I show how the existence of detached statements results in some unavoidable contradictions affecting is theory of legal language.
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