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Statute Law Review
Using the case of Buchanan v. Babco, the paper argues that multi-lingual settings are particularly apt for disclosing underlying cognitive and reasoning tasks that lawyers have to perform when interpreting a statute. It shows how approaches developed in computer science to model the way in which conflicting ontologies or worldviews are merged and inconsistencies between them repaired.doi:10.1093/slr/hmx013 fatcat:hcs6qzdvuvgwnjdvxr46yzgcua