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The Philosophic Approach and Other Approaches

The philosophic approach can be seen as a form of textualism, in the sense that it describes the text as what facially it appears to be: an ends-dedicated scheme of institutional rules, enabling rules, powers and rights, often referring to principles. The philosophic approach can be associated with other approaches:
structuralism: questions of moral philosophy must be answered in elaborating constitutional structures (e.g. the structures of federalism);
abstract/mindset originalism;
it is in contrast with concrete originalism and Consensualism, since it takes truth or best account and its responsible quest as the source of authority.

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