Its Sources, Limits and Identity
Edited By Roman Hauser, Marek Zirk-Sadowski and Bartosz Wojciechowski
The Job of the Judge in the Context of Silenced People: The Opuz Case
Abstract: In this article, silence is regarded as one of the requirements of attention. In this respect, silence is considered as a way of communication. Here, rhetorical listening is important and is used many ways. When connected with attention, rhetorical listening is regarded as openness or open-mindedness. The article discusses this form of listening in the context of the job of the judge. The Opuz case reflects how the epistemic injustice as silencing forms can cause gross human rights violations.
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