- Title Pages
- Preface: The Scope of the Book
- Introduction: Parables of Language and Law
1Legal Theory and Language
2Systems Theory, Normativity and the ‘Realist Dilemma’
3Philosophy, Law and Language
4Issues in Legal Interpretation
5Literal Meaning, the Dictionary and the Law
6Representation, Reproduction and Intention
7Idols of the Market
AInsider Judges and Outsider Critics
BHard Cases and Ideal Interpreters
CThe Judge as Tennis Umpire
DThe Golden Mean?
EReflexivity and Garfinkel's Dystopia of Reasons
FThe Single Meaning Rule and Defamation Law
- The Semiotics of Law, Language and Money
- Appendices: Discussion Materials and Exercises
- Further Reading
- Legal Cases Cited
- Language, Meaning and the Law
- Edinburgh University Press
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