- Title Pages
Chapter OneThe Contribution of Linguistics to Legal Interpretation
Chapter TwoPhilosophy of Language, Linguistics, and Possible Lessons about Originalism
Chapter ThreeLinguistic Knowledge and Legal Interpretation
Chapter FourThe Continued Relevance of Philosophical Hermeneutics in Legal Thought
Chapter FiveThe Strange Fate of Holmes’s Normal Speaker of English
Chapter SixOriginalism, Hermeneutics, and the Fixation Thesis
Chapter SevenGetting Over the Originalist Fixation
Chapter EightLegal Speech and the Elements of Adjudication
Chapter NineDeferentialism, Living Originalism, and the Constitution
Chapter TenDeferentialism and Adjudication
Response to Chapter TenComments on Rosen
- The Nature of Legal Interpretation
- Brian G. Slocum
- University of Chicago Press
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