It is argued that the models deployed so far capture any instance of legal practice. In particular, they explain participants’ beliefs to the effect that they are under a duty. And they can accommodate disagreement at a fundamental level. The test-case of an actual example of this kind of disagreement in a contemporary legal system is analyzed briefly.
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