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LE DÉSACCORD RAISONNABLE EN DROIT : LE POINT DE VUE DE L’ARGUMENTATION

Cahiers N°29 - RRJ 2015-5

Frédéric ROUVIÈRE

Professeur, Aix Marseille Université, LTD (Laboratoire de Théorie du Droit)

Abstract

Since Aristotle, reasonable disagreement exists if each opponent accepts the principle of non-contradiction. Legal reasoning needs an additional requirement : the reasonable disagreement is based on the formal rule of justice that is to say that like cases should be treated alike. Because of the formal rule of justice, the existence of a precedent is therefore a strong argument in favor of a thesis.
Persistent disagreement remains on the fact that the opposing views are based on arguments of similar strength. The strength of the arguments is then determined ultimately by the criterion of consistency

I. Possibilité du désaccord raisonnable
II. Traitement raisonnable du désaccord
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