- v. present participle of interpret.
- n. an explanation of something that is not immediately obvious
“But this interpreting is a summation of meaning which can only work by the rejection of connotation.”
“I think both you and the article have missed an even more basic issue with interpreting public opinion: the fallacy of treating public opinion as monolithic in interpreting the data, the substitution of “The American public wants X” for “A majority of Americans want X”.”
“The value of this in interpreting statutes is plain.”
“In my view, Supreme Court Justices should have no more latitude in interpreting ethics rules than other judges; indeed, the recusal statute specifically applies to Supreme Court Justices.”
“It is not enough to be merely correct in interpreting our founding document.”
“Under the political question doctrine Congress has the final word in interpreting the Guarantee clause, so its authority in this area is (arguably) quite broad.”
“Prof. Volokh has often said that we should be try to be charitable in interpreting what people say.”
“But under this amendment, the Supreme Court of Oklahoma would arguably be forbidden from relying on the Supreme Court of California as an authority in interpreting the Oklahoma Constitution to determine whether the amendment was constitutional.”
“Or suppose the Tenth Circuit interprets a provision of the Oklahoma Constitution by relying on a survey of European law; could Oklahoma courts rely on that decision in interpreting the OK constitution?”
“This strikes me as a bad idea, even if you think American courts generally should not consider modern foreign constitutional rules in interpreting American substantive constitutional rules (a position I generally sympathize with).”
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