Marcus Galdia

Marcus Galdia
International University of Monaco · Department of Business Administration

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Diss. -- Münster -- Westfälische Wilhelms-Universität, 1988.
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Chinese is the language of legislation and of court and administrative procedures in several jurisdictions as well as in numerous international organizations. Its legal status differs from jurisdiction to jurisdiction and displays its pluricentric character. Legal acts that are issued in these jurisdictions demonstrate therefore different levels of...
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This article describes Heikki E.S. Mattila’s achievements in the area of comparative legal linguistics. It concentrates on the process of emergence of basic conceptual structure in Mattila’s work. Its further expansion and methodological requirements established by the founder of comparative legal linguistics are analyzed as well. Particularly, the...
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This essay is a survey of methods applied and topics scrutinized in legal-linguistic studies. It starts with the elucidation of the epistemic interest that led to the emergence and to the subsequent expansion of the mainstream legal-linguistic knowledge that we dispose of today. Thus, the essay focuses upon the development of problem awareness in t...
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Legal linguistics is still a paradigmatically largely undetermined area of knowledge. What is more, legal-linguistic subject matters and methodological approaches adopted in the research are considerably underexplored. Therefore, legal linguistics is scrutinized in this book from the perspective of its method. The author recommends adapting the leg...
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This text is part of my research into the literature in Finland that was written in the Swedish language. The article, which has never been published before, refers to my PhD-thesis Begründungsprobleme der Södergran-Philologie from 1989 and mentions some of the methodical problems in the research before 1989. As I still receive correspondence conce...
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Fundamental legal-linguistic research includes next to monolingual approaches to the legal language also comparative approaches. Meanwhile, the epistemic value of comparative approaches is unclear in legal linguistics. Therefore, in this article different legal-linguistic comparative approaches will be scrutinized, and their perspectives made opera...
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Fundamental legal-linguistic research includes next to monolingual approaches to the legal language also comparative approaches. Meanwhile, the epistemic value of comparative approaches is unclear in legal linguistics. Therefore, in this article different legal-linguistic comparative approaches will be scrutinized, and their perspectives made opera...
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The article is part of my project dealing with the conceptual fundamentals of financial regulations.
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General Philology deals with the language of literary masterpieces and other kindred varieties of complex linguistic expression. It researches processes in which meaning emerges in aesthetically and intellectually advanced texts. The range of problems that are connected to this main issue comprises cultural syncretism, multilingual intertextuality,...
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The article focuses upon the emergence and the development of the legal Russian language and the methodology used for its scrutiny in the legal-linguistic research in Russia and abroad. It shows some of the dominant tendencies in the legal-linguistic and related research in a perspective that combines material issues concerning the work on textual...
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Problems related to a conflict about the content of rights are analysed below from the legal-linguistic perspective in the context of the recent dispute about voting rights in Hong Kong. The central legal-linguistic problem that is also the starting point for the analysis of argumentative samples is the question whether legal and legally relevant,...
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In this book, law is approached from the legal-linguistic perspective. Its aim is to clarify the processes in which the meaning of law emerges in legal dis-courses. Specifically, professional and non-professional discourses are analyzed here in order to enable the understanding of law as a discursive practice. With this aim in mind, the author focu...
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The article deals with translation strategies in their relation to translation tools. It reflects the theoretical requirements for professional legal translations in the light of the legallinguistic equivalence and the skopos-theory. The author stresses that developing translatorial strategies as well as designing and using translation tools are th...
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The Finnish legal linguist, Professor Heikki E.S. Mattila, published at the beginning of this year the second edition of his Comparative Legal Linguistics that originally appeared in 2006. Simultaneously, the French original of the English translation was printed in Quebec by the publishing house Yvon Blais as Jurilinguistique comparée. Both books...

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