Regole, astrazioni e significati

Author/s Claudio Luzzati
Publishing Year 2003 Issue 2002/3 Language Italian
Pages 12 P. File size 110 KB
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ons and Meanings (di Claudio Luzzati) - ABSTRACT: In this paper, the author tries to draw a crucial and frequently ignored distinc-tion between meaning as a rule of use and meaning as an instance of use. As a con-sequence, a rule, to which no truth value can be attached, can be distinguished from a proposition, which of course can be qualified as true or false. The situation, indeed, becomes much more puzzling if we consider the fact that statutes, too, are rules: legal rules, but not linguistic rules. Furthermore, to grasp the root of the problem, we have to focus on the distinction between type and token and on the distinction between language and word.

Claudio Luzzati, Regole, astrazioni e significati in "SOCIOLOGIA DEL DIRITTO " 3/2002, pp , DOI: