Arguing about matters of public policy is ubiquitous in democracies. The ability to resolve conflicts through peaceful contestation is a measure of any well-ordered society. This book challenges the assumption that arguing is mere lip service with no real impact on the behavior of states or the structure of the international system.13 In short, the goal ofinterpretation is to make a text the best it can be. ... and standards taken to provide the tentative content of the practice.15 To illustrate the point, Dworkin states the following about the concept of justice: ... 287 (1983); Fish, aWrong Again, a 62 Texas Law Review at 299 (1983); and Ronald Dworkin, Lawa#39;s Empire 77 and 425 note 23 (1986). ... aParticipants in a practice: share a vocabulary, must understand the world in similar ways and have interests and convictionsanbsp;...
|Title||:||The Power of Deliberation|
|Publisher||:||Oxford University Press, USA - 2011|