Impossibility in the Legal Domain

Archiv Fuer Rechts Und Sozialphilosphie 105 (2):205-217 (2019)
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I offer a framework for impossibility in the legal domain. I argue for two main points: the use of ‘impossibility’ and ‘impossible’ in the legal domain is often incoherent; in the law we often different concepts of impossibility as well as concepts that differ from impossibility that are nonetheless called ‘impossibility’.



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