Quare? Argument in David Daube, after Karl Popper

Ernest Philip Metzger

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    Abstract

    This article considers the method of argument favoured by David Daube (1909-1999), a scholar of Roman and biblical law. It suggests that Daube used a method of argument championed by Karl Popper (1992-1994), a philosopher of science.
    Original languageEnglish
    Title of host publicationLaw for All Times: Essays in Memory of David Daube Roman Law Society of America
    EditorsE Metzger
    PublisherRoman Law Society of America
    Pages27-58
    Number of pages31
    ISBN (Print)0-9764-1490-2
    Publication statusPublished - 2004

    Publication series

    NameRoman Legal Tradition
    Volume2

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    Karl Popper
    Philosophers of Science
    Biblical Law
    Roman Law

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    Metzger, E. P. (2004). Quare? Argument in David Daube, after Karl Popper. In E. Metzger (Ed.), Law for All Times: Essays in Memory of David Daube Roman Law Society of America (pp. 27-58). (Roman Legal Tradition; Vol. 2). Roman Law Society of America.

    Quare? Argument in David Daube, after Karl Popper. / Metzger, Ernest Philip.

    Law for All Times: Essays in Memory of David Daube Roman Law Society of America. ed. / E Metzger. Roman Law Society of America, 2004. p. 27-58 (Roman Legal Tradition; Vol. 2).

    Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingChapter

    Metzger, EP 2004, Quare? Argument in David Daube, after Karl Popper. in E Metzger (ed.), Law for All Times: Essays in Memory of David Daube Roman Law Society of America. Roman Legal Tradition, vol. 2, Roman Law Society of America, pp. 27-58.
    Metzger EP. Quare? Argument in David Daube, after Karl Popper. In Metzger E, editor, Law for All Times: Essays in Memory of David Daube Roman Law Society of America. Roman Law Society of America. 2004. p. 27-58. (Roman Legal Tradition).
    Metzger, Ernest Philip. / Quare? Argument in David Daube, after Karl Popper. Law for All Times: Essays in Memory of David Daube Roman Law Society of America. editor / E Metzger. Roman Law Society of America, 2004. pp. 27-58 (Roman Legal Tradition).
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