LAW314 Lecture 7 - Critique of ideology approach: Theodor...

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LAW314 2010 LECTURE 7 (15.03.10) Associate Professor Iain Stewart Constitutional Interpretation 1. Inevitability of interpretation 2. Interpretation: general ‘Text and structure’ ‘Text and context’ o Internal ‘context’ o External context’ Heroic approach: Ronald Dworkin ‘Death of the author’ approach: Roland Barthes ‘Dangerous supplementation’ approach: Jacques Derrida
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Unformatted text preview: Critique of ideology approach: Theodor Adorno, Michel Foucault, Erich Fromm 3. Legal interpretation Exegesisas for religious texts Constitution s 71, s 76 Judiciary Act 1903 (Cth) s 30(a) US Supreme Court in Marbury v Madison (1803): Marshall CJ 4. Modes of exegesis Literalism Originalism Progressivism New minimalism...
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LAW314 Lecture 7 - Critique of ideology approach: Theodor...

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