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Title: Language and law
Authors: Mifsud Bonnici, Guzeppe
Keywords: Law -- Language
Law -- Philosophy
Translating and interpreting -- Errors
Translating and interpreting
Issue Date: 1971
Publisher: University of Malta. Faculty of Arts
Citation: Mifsud Bonnici, G. (1971). Language and law. Journal of the Faculty of Arts, 4(3), 183-192.
Abstract: In introducing a subject as complex as 'Philosophy of Law', I must first attempt to clear up certain difficulties of terminology, The term itself 'Philosophy of Law' needs clarification. We use it here in the sense it is used on the Continent and it is convenient to note its common usage: Filosofiae juris; Filosofia del Diritto; Philosophie du Droit; Philosophie des Rechts; Filosofia del Derecho; Filosofia de Direito; Filosofia dreptului. The difficulty arises when we consider English practice. The term has not been traditionally used and although it now occurs more often, English writers still call Philosophy of Law by some other name.
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