The nature of legal interpretation : what jurists can learn about legal interpretation from linguistics and philosophy /
"Language shapes and reflects how we think about the world. It engages and intrigues us. Our everyday use of language is quite effortless--we are all experts on our native tongues. Despite this, issues of language and meaning have long flummoxed the judges on whom we depend for the interpretati...
The University of Chicago Press,
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