Friedrich Dürrenmatt discussed the validity of laws and procedures that governed the Western society. In his dramas, he upset the meaning of rule that shapes the procedural pattern or the traditional boundaries of legal reasoning, without any risk to destroy their formal aspect. Dürrenmatt argued that the law is an invention similarly as his literature since the law is a theoretical fiction that you can believe or not believe. Author's originality lay in two aspects of his approach. First, he focused his consideration on the legal rhetoric and the supremacy of words. He set the legal power on the art to discuss and justify although by staying in institutions, according to the evidence that the power of discourse is such so as does plausible a lie and convinces most people. Second, he differentiated the legal rhetoric from the philosophical and literary rhetorical forms that produce a different view of justice.
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|Titolo:||LA GIUSTIZIA IN PANNE. GIUSTIZIA E RELATIVITÀ NELL’OPERA DI FRIEDRICH DÜRRENMATT|
|Data di pubblicazione:||2016|
|Appare nelle tipologie:||04.3 Abstract (Riassunto) in convegno in Rivista/Volume|