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Why Statutory Interpretation Is Done as It Is Done

Campbell, Joseph Charles; Campbell, Richard


Philosophers have developed concepts concerning how linguistic usage occurs, and how texts whose meaning is disputed are interpreted. The concepts include realising that speech is used to perform an action, that these speech acts have a purpose that is not dependent on the intentions of the person who performed them, that empirical concepts are inevitably unable to be defined completely, that context is essential to understand the meaning of any speech act, and that the meaning of any utterance...[Show more]

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Date published: 2014
Type: Journal article
Source: Australian Bar Review


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