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The Selection of authority in legal argument: semantic similarity, pragmatic centrality and analogy

Author: Krawczyk, Katherine ; Marchant, Garry A. ; Robinson, JohnINSEAD Area: Accounting and Control Series: Working Paper ; 93/39/AC Publisher: Fontainebleau : INSEAD, 1993.Language: FrenchDescription: 28 p.Type of document: INSEAD Working Paper Online Access: Click here Abstract: The impact of constraint satisfaction on the selection of authorities in legal reasoning was examined in three experiments. It was hypothesized that subjects would select authorities with semantic similarities over authorities that are structurally consistent with a problem... Consistent with the theory, semantic similarity was the dominant constraint and structural consistency had a negligible impact on selection of an authority
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The impact of constraint satisfaction on the selection of authorities in legal reasoning was examined in three experiments. It was hypothesized that subjects would select authorities with semantic similarities over authorities that are structurally consistent with a problem... Consistent with the theory, semantic similarity was the dominant constraint and structural consistency had a negligible impact on selection of an authority

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