- Title Pages
- Chapter One The Ordinary Meaning Doctrine
- Chapter Two Hypothetical Intentionalism and Communicative Content
- Chapter Three The Constitutive and Evidential Aspects of Ordinary Meaning
- Chapter Four Ordinary Meaning, “What Is Said,” and “What Is Communicated”
- Chapter Five Ordinary Meaning and Lexical Semantics
- Chapter Six Conclusion
- Appendix A Synonyms for Ordinary Meaning
- Appendix B Supreme Court Cases Using Ordinary Meaning
- Appendix C Cases since 1986 Where the Supreme Court Used “Literal Meaning” as a Synonym for Ordinary Meaning
- Appendix D Recent Supreme Court Cases Regarding Ordinary Meaning with Dissenting Opinions
- Ordinary Meaning
- University of Chicago Press
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