Holy writ: interpretation in law and religion

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Contributors: Kwak, Arie-Jan (Publisher, Editor)
Format: Print Book
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Published: London New York Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group 2016
Enclosed titles:E pluribus unum: constitutional interpretation and federalism  (Antonin Scalia)
Antonin Scalia's textualism in philosophy, theology, and judicial interpretation of the constitution  (Herman Philipse)
"Not an iota, not a dot will pass from the law" : on religious and legal interpretation  (Willem B. Drees)
Hard cases in scripture : a reflection on legal and religious interpretation  (Paul Cliteur)
Why originalism ought to be in the game outside the U.S. as well : the case of unenumerated rights  (Tom Zwart)
How to handle a living constitution?  (Hans Nieuwenhuis)
Living originalism, on the compatibility of framers' meaning with the constitution  (Hendrik Kaptein)
Dead or alive : authority and objectivity in law  (Arie-Jan Kwak.)
Series/Journal:Applied legal philosophy
Further subjects:B Collection of essays
B Bible Criticism, interpretation, etc
Item Description:Includes bibliographical references and index