Interpretation, Law and the Construction of Meaning (häftad)
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Softcover reprint of hardcover 1st ed. 2007
Wagner, Anne (ed.), Cao, Deborah (ed.), Werner, Wouter (ed.)
XIV, 219 p.
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Interpretation, Law and the Construction of Meaning (häftad)

Interpretation, Law and the Construction of Meaning

Collected Papers on Legal Interpretation in Theory, Adjudication and Political Practice

Häftad Engelska, 2010-10-19
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The study of legal semiotics emphasizes the contingency and fluidity of legal concepts and stresses the existence of overlapping, competing and coexisting legal discourses. New problems, changing power structures and societal norms and new faces of injustice - all these force reconsideration, reformulation and even replacement of established doctrines. This book focuses on the application of law in a wide variety of contexts, including international politics and diplomatic practice.
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"Combining theoretical inspiration with a keen interest in case law, this volume will appeal to scholars and students of legal theory, jurisprudence, legal anthropology, postcolonial studies, indeed to anyone who's interested in problems of interpretation in legal and political theory and practice. It should also come in very handy in the classroom." Ronnie Lippens, Professor of Criminology, Keele University

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Biographical Notes. Introduction. PART I: LEGAL THEORY. 1. Law as Fact, Law as Fiction: A Tripartite Model of Legal Communication; H. van Schooten. 2. Lexical indeterminacy: contextualism and rule-following in common law adjudication; R. Charnock. 3. Topical Jurisprudence: Reconciliation of Law and Rhetoric; A. Soboleva. 4. Legal Speech Acts as Intersubjective Communicative Action; D. Cao. PART II: JUDICIAL REASONING. 5. Who needs fact when you've got narrative? The case of P,C&S vs United Kingdom; C. Baldwin. 6. Taking Facts Seriously; M. Henket. 7. Transforming Ambiguity into Vagueness in legal Interpretation; M. Azar. PART III: APPLICATION OF LAW IN POLITICAL PRACTICE. 8. The Inclusive/Exclusive Nation: Blacks and Indigenous Peoples in the Construction of the Nation in Colombia; F.S. Benavides Vanegas. 9. Global Values And Floating Borders In The Brazilian Amazon; P. Virtanen. 10. Landmarks for Aboriginal Law in Australia; A.T.M. Schreiner. REFERENCES.