Timothy Endicott
Timothy Endicott
Professor of Legal Philosophy
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TitleCited byYear
Vagueness in law
T Endicott
4342000
The impossibility of the rule of law
TAO Endicott
Oxford Journal of Legal Studies 19 (1), 1-18, 1999
1271999
The impossibility of the rule of law
TAO Endicott
Oxford Journal of Legal Studies 19 (1), 1-18, 1999
1271999
The value of vagueness
T Endicott
Vagueness in normative texts 23, 27-48, 2005
1132005
Law is necessarily vague
T Endicott
Legal theory 7 (4), 379-385, 2001
892001
Law and language
TA Endicott
Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy, 2016
882016
Herbert Hart and the semantic sting
TAO Endicott
Legal Theory 4 (3), 283-300, 1998
851998
Linguistic indeterminacy
TAO Endicott
Oxford J. Legal Stud. 16, 667, 1996
641996
Linguistic indeterminacy
TAO Endicott
Oxford J. Legal Stud. 16, 667, 1996
641996
La vaguedad en el derecho
TAO Endicott
Publidisa, 2008
472008
Putting interpretation in its place
TAO Endicott
Law and Philosophy 13 (4), 451-479, 1994
401994
Questions of Law
TAO Endicott
Law Quarterly Review 114, 292-321, 1998
391998
Questions of Law
TAO Endicott
Law Quarterly Review 114, 292-321, 1998
391998
Proportionality and incommensurability
TAO Endicott
Oxford Legal Studies Research Paper, 2012
332012
The Reason of the Law
T Endicott
Am. J. Juris. 48, 83, 2003
332003
The Reason of the Law
T Endicott
Am. J. Juris. 48, 83, 2003
332003
The logic of freedom and power
TAO Endicott
Published in Samantha Besson and John Tasioulas eds, The Philosophy of …, 2010
272010
Adjudication and the Law
T Endicott
Oxford Journal of Legal Studies 27 (2), 311-326, 2007
272007
Vagueness and legal theory
TAO Endicott
Legal Theory 3 (1), 37-63, 1997
241997
Raz on Gaps—The Surprising Part
TAO Endicott
Rights, Culture and the Law: Themes from the Legal and Political Philosophy …, 2003
222003
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