Ars Interpretandi is addressed to legal philosophers, jurists, and in general to anyone dealing with the “art” of the law. Facing a growing specialization of the juridical philosophy, its complexity and its theoretical abstraction, Ars Interpretandi aims at bringing back the attention to the law intended primarily as juridical experience and an interpretation, following the idea that the interpretative activity cannot be reduced to the research of meanings hidden inside juridical texts, but it is a far wider enterprise linked to practical reasonableness, which aims at orientating the uses of the law in the contemporary pluralistic society.
Founded in 1996, the journal has been published annually until 2011. Since 2012 issues are semi-annual.
For the issues published from 2007 table of contents with abstracts are available.
The archive includes the table of content, without abstract, of the issues from 1996 to 2006. Articles published in the issues 1996, 1997, 1998, 2000 and 2001 (out of print) can be freely downloaded (pdf format).
Issues, single articles published from 2007 and subscriptions can be purchased online. Full-texts from 2007 are available on Rivisteweb for subscribing institutions. ESSPER association (Italian journals on Economy, Social sciences and History) provides the complete table of contents of issues published since 1996.
Indexed in DoGi and Google Scholar, Ars Interpretandi is rated amongst the “Class A” Journals for the scientific area 12 by the Italian National Agency for the Evaluation of Universities and Research Institutes (ANVUR).