This chapter focuses on a remarkable and original gathering of commissioned papers and case studies on the theme of exploration. It deals with issues of tolerance within diversity which are its mainspring. The chapter also draws on text analytical skills as well as socio-philosophical and certainly disciplinary and professionally relevant understandings of the systems and functions of the discipline in question and the attributed roles of co-participants in these systems. It presents the four research elements such as context, setting, situated activity and self that are all set within a frame of History, even though one need to note that in Derek Layder's conception, all elements, as social processes, have their own time-space frames. Nonetheless, there is a common ground, and one which, at very least, might serve to inform further similar studies in the semiotics of the law.