Juristisches Wissen als institutionelle Begriffsstrukturen
Analyseansätze aus Kognitionswissenschaften und wissensanalytischer Semantik (am Beispiel von Gesetzes-Begriffen)
The paper discusses conditions of the establishment, iteration, and structuring of concepts in the domain of law, argues for a cognitive or epistemic approach to the analysis and description of concepts, and demonstrates and discusses the advantages (as well as some shortcomings) of a certain kind of analysis of conceptual or epistemic structures, the frame-semantic analysis of concepts, exemplified by concepts of German statutory law. General social conditions of the constitution of concepts as structures of human knowledge are accounted for as well as special conditions of institutional knowledge, concepts and concept-structures as relevant for the knowledge in (or of) law.
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Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: July 1, 2015
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