Author(s)Gerardo Ribeiro Toral
Social sciences (General)
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AbstractThe legal rhetoric is a technique of argument and a way to build the truth. The legal rhetoric suggested in the article conceives language as a process of construction of the linguistic competence (understood as the ability of the subject to act linguistically), and is considered the cornerstone of the legal discursive practices. We stipulate that he legal discourse language is a construction in constantly giving, opposing us to the idea of language as a given.<br><span style="font-family: Times New Roman; font-size: small;"> </span><p class="MsoNormal" style="margin: 0cm 0cm 10pt;"><span style="color: black; line-height: 115%; font-family: "Bookman Old Style","serif"; font-size: 7.5pt; mso-bidi-font-family: "Bookman Old Style";">La retórica jurídica es una técnica de argumentación y un modo de construir la verdad. La retórica jurídica que se propone en el artículo concibe al lenguaje como un proceso de construcción en el que la competencia lingüística, entendida como la capacidad de actuar lingüísticamente del sujeto, constituye el eje fundamental de las prácticas discursivas jurídicas. Proponemos que el discurso del lenguaje legal es una construcción en permanente desarrollo, oponiéndonos a la idea del lenguaje como algo dado.</span></p><span style="font-family: Times New Roman; font-size: small;"> </span>
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