Lawyers Making Meaning : The Semiotics of Law in Legal Education II

This book present a structure for understanding and exploring the semiotic character of law and law systems. Cultivating a deep understanding for the ways in which lawyers make meaning—the way in which they help make the world and are made, in turn by the world they create —can provide a basis for c...

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Main Authors: Broekman, Jan M., Catà Backer, Larry (Author)
Corporate Author: SpringerLink (Online service)
Format: eBook
Language:English
Published: Dordrecht Springer Netherlands 2013, 2013
Subjects:
Law
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Collection: Springer eBooks 2005- - Collection details see MPG.ReNa
Table of Contents:
  • A Fresh  Start For Law
  • 2.Signs, and Signs in Law
  • Part II Godfathers of Semiotics
  • 3. Peirce and Legal Semiotics
  • 4. Greimas, Law, Discourse and Interpretative Squares
  • 5.Lacan: The Semiotics of Law's Voices. - 6.Those Three Godfathers, After All
  • Part III   Jurisprudence and Legal Semiotics
  • 7. Legal Theory And Semiotics
  • 8.  Politics, Semiotics and Law
  • 9. Structuralism and Legal Semiotics
  • Part IV   Doing and Saying Legal Semiotics
  • 10. The Legal Semiotic Modus Operandi
  • 11. Artificiality and Naturalness: The Tyche Deity
  • 12. A Vocabulary
  • 13.  A Bibliography
  • 14. Name Index
  • 15. Subject Index