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Interpretation as a Value (RE)Construction of the Legal Norm

BIBLIOGRAPHY 1. Barak, Aharon. Purposive Interpretation in Law . New Jersey, Oxford: Princeton University Press, 2007. 2. Esser, Josef. Grundsatz und Norm in der richterlichen Fortbildung des Privatrechts . 2 nd ed. Tübingen: Mohr Siebeck, 1964. 3. Fikentscher, Wolfgang. Methoden des Rechts . Band III. Tübingen: J. C. B. Mohr (P. Siebeck), 1976. 4. Gadamer, Hans-Georg. Wahrheit und Methode. Tübingen: J. C. B. Mohr (P. Siebeck), 1990. 5. Holländer, Pavel. Rechtspositivismus versus Naturrechtslehre als Folge des

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Interpretation of Geoheritage for Geotourism – a Comparison of Chinese geoparks and National Parks in the United States

of Management Information Systems, 22(2), 227-252. Kao, D. T. (2013). The impacts of goal orientation, terminology effect, and source credibility on communication effectiveness. Journal of Applied Social Psychology, 43(10), 2007-2016. DOI: 10.1111/jasp.12154. Kejian, X., & Lei, L. (2010). Research on the designing of the interpretation panel of geoparks. In 2nd International Conference on Information Science and Engineering (ICISE) (pp. 1-4). IEEE. Lin, M. T. (2008). Problems in Popular Science Function Display of

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The Canadian Living Tree Doctrine as a Comparative Model of Evolutionary Constitutional Interpretation

Written Constitution: The Israeli Challenge in American Perspective’, Columbia Human Rights Law Review , XXVI: 309-355. • Barbera Augusto, 1975, ‘Art. 2’, in Branca Giuseppe (ed), Commentario della Costituzione , Zanichelli, Bologna. • Bastarache Michel, 1998, ‘The Challenge of the Law in the New Millenium’, Manitoba Law Journal , XXV: 411-419. • Binnie Ian, 2004, ‘Constitutional Interpretation and Original Intent’, Supreme Court Law Review , XXIII: 345-382. • Choudhry Sujit, 1999, ‘Globalization in Search of Justification: Toward a Theory of

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Metaphor and Metonymy in Ancient Dream Interpretation: the Case of Islamic-Iranian Culture

REFERENCES Akbari, Mohammad-Reza. 1991. Tabiire Xabe Moaberane Iranii va Ghere Irani . Tehran: Ordibehesht. Al-Suhrawardi, Shihab al-Din. 2001. Hikmat al-Ishraq. Tehran: Hekmat. Ebne Sirin, M. 2002. Dream Interpretation. Qom: Lahiji. Freeman, Margaret. 2003. Poetry and the Scope of Metaphor: Toward a Cognitive Theory of Literature. – Metaphor and Metonymy at the Cross-Road: A Cognitive Perspective , edited by Antonio Barcelona. Berlin: Mouton De Gruyter, 253–281. Freud, Sigmund. 2010 [1955]. The Interpretation of Dreams

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A Critical Look at the Subjective and Objective Purposes of Contract in Aharon Barak’s Theory of Interpretation

BIBLIOGRAPHY 1. Barak, Aharon. Purposive Interpretation in Law . Princeton – Oxford: Princeton University Press, 2005. 2. Beale, Hugh, Hein Kötz, Arthur Hartkamp, and Denis Tallon, eds. Cases, Materials and Text on Contract Law . Oxford: Hart Publishing, 2010. 3. Danet, Brenda. “Language in the Legal Process.” Law and Society 14(3) (1980): 445–550. 4. Dannemann, Gerhard, and Stefan Vogenauer. The Common European Sales Law in Context . Oxford: OUP, 2013. 5. Dworkin, Ronald. Law’s Empire . London: Fontana Press, 1986. 6

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The Legal Effects of Eu Directive Through its Interpretation

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Results of the gravity field interpretation in the Turčianska Kotlina Basin

Sites Bratislava 2009, Ivanka pri Dunaji: Ekotoxikologické centrum Bratislava, 78-82. Panáček A., Šefara J., Filo M., Stránska M., Filo M., Kubeš P., Halmešová S., Novák J., Muška P., Steiner A., Gašparík J., Gorek J., Miko O., Rakús M., Havrila M., Polák M., Bujnovský A., Halouzka R., Pivko D., Medo S., Vrábľová D., Rosová M., Kandrík M., 1991: Map of geophysical indications and interpretations (Mapa geofyzikálnych indícií a interpretácií). MS, Geofond, Bratislava (in Slovak). Putiška R., Mojzeš A., Bednárik M

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Interpretation for Odisha’s ‘Buddhist Diamond’

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Cultural heritage tourism in India is growing and it is changing. In Odisha, the archaeological sites of four early Buddhist monasteries are being promoted as a set of attractions. Presentation of monuments entails, first, preservation and then interpretation. Effective interpretation has to take account of the visitors. A case study is made of visitor management and interpretation at Lalitagiri. The measures for preservation there are good but there is little provision for interpretation, even in the new museum. It can no longer be assumed that visitors have the background to understand the original contexts of the displays. Without that, they can hardly make adequate sense of what is presented. Options for improving the quality of interpretation are assessed.

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Barak’s Purposive Interpretation in Law as a Pattern of Constitutional Interpretative Fidelity

BIBLIOGRAPHY 1. Barak, Aharon. Purposive Interpretation in Law . Trans. Sari Bashi. Princeton and Oxford: Princeton University Press, 2005. 2. Brigham, John. “Judicial Review”: 536–542. In: Kermit L. Hall, James W. Ely, Jr., and Joel B. Grossman, eds. The Oxford Companion to the Supreme Court of the United States. Oxford & New York: Oxford University Press, 2005. 3. Brubaker, Stanley C. “Judicial Self-Restraint”: 542–544. In: Kermit L. Hall, James W. Ely, Jr., and Joel B. Grossman, eds. The Oxford Companion to the Supreme Court of the United

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The Influence of Cultural Competence on the Interpretations of Territorial Identities in European Capitals of Culture

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