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Modern jurisprudence is intrinsically pervaded by a plurality of intertwined voices, only part of which can be traced back to the Court of Justice deciding the case. This book sheds light on the rhetorical-argumentative function of this linguistic polyphony by using the example of the Italian Constitutional Court judgement. To this end, an integrated polyphonic-argumentative approach is proposed on the basis of the Scandinavian polyphony and pragmadialectical theory of argumentation. With thedoi:10.5771/9783465145349 fatcat:cnzc2vopdzerxevcvwqnqhnf2y