Liverpool: Deborah Charles Publications (1988)

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Bernard Jackson
University of Manchester
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his book develops an account of legal reasoning based on underlying narrative patterns, and compares other such approaches in legal philosophy, psychology and history. Download full ToC and Preface from http://www.legaltheory.demon.co.uk/books_lfnc.html
Keywords Semiotics  Narrativity  Law and Fact  Decision-Making  Truth
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