Law and Legal Science

Law and Legal Science

Author: J. W. Harris

Publisher: OUP Oxford

ISBN: STANFORD:36105043620140

Category: Jurisprudence

Page: 174

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Categories: Jurisprudence

The Philosophy of Law and Legal Science

The Philosophy of Law and Legal Science

On the basis of these conclusions, legal science is also moving. But is this knowledge true? And can the extremely subjective conclusions of V.S. Nersesyants be the basis for studying the history of the state and law?

Author: V.P. Salnikov

Publisher: Cambridge Scholars Publishing

ISBN: 9781527517875

Category: Law

Page: 280

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The book explores a variety of problems connected to philosophy and philosophy of law. It discusses the problem of monism-pluralism in philosophy and philosophy of law, criticizes philosophy of post-positivism and postmodernism, and investigates dialectics as a universal global methodological basis of scientific cognition and philosophy of law. The volume also pays particular attention to contemporary legal education, offering potential solutions to problems in this field. The book is the result of a range of sociological studies conducted both in Russia and abroad concerning the legal process and legal consciousness.
Categories: Law

Legal science philosophy

Legal science  philosophy

particularly in the vast sphere of comparative law, the legal basis of foreign trade and legal problems in regard to peace, as well as the legal implications of the great advances made in science (for example, space law, legal problems ...

Author: Jacques Havet

Publisher: Walter de Gruyter GmbH & Co KG

ISBN: 9783111616582

Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Page: 689

View: 651

Categories: Language Arts & Disciplines

User friendly Legal Science

User friendly Legal Science

7.3).27 The functions of a system of traditional legal science include the following28: increasing pedagogical efficiency, increasing continuity in time (increasing both predictability and path dependency), extending the scope of law ...

Author: Petri Mäntysaari

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: 9783319534923

Category: Law

Page: 204

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This book defines the characteristics of a new discipline that is both legal and scientific: user-friendly legal science.Focusing on how legal tools and practices can be used to achieve objectives in different contexts, it offers an alternative to doctrinal research, law-and-something disciplines, and the traditional interdisciplinary approach.The book not only defines the new discipline’s research approach, point of view, theory-building, and research methods, it also shows how it relates to other scientific disciplines and how existing doctrinal legal disciplines can be upgraded into scientific disciplines.
Categories: Law

Legal Science in the Early Republic

Legal Science in the Early Republic

Michael Ariens, “Lost and Found: David Hoffman and the History of American Legal Ethics,” Arkansas Law Review 67 (2014): 600. 64. Butler, Plan for the Organization of a Law Faculty, 23. 65. “Whether Law Is a Science?,” American Jurist ...

Author: Steven J. Macias

Publisher: Lexington Books

ISBN: 9781498519472

Category: Political Science

Page: 226

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This work examines the intellectual motivations behind the concept of “legal science”—the first coherent American jurisprudential movement after Independence. Drawing mainly upon public, but also private, sources, this book considers the goals of the bar’s professional leaders who were most adamant and deliberate in setting out their visions of legal science. It argues that these legal scientists viewed the realm of law as the means through which they could express their hopes and fears associated with the social and cultural promises and perils of the early republic. Law, perhaps more so than literature or even the natural sciences, provided the surest path to both national stability and international acclaim. While legal science yielded the methodological tools needed to achieve these lofty goals, its naturalistic foundations, more importantly, were at least partly responsible for the grand impulses in the first place. This book first considers the content of legal science and then explores its application by several of the most articulate legal scientists working and writing in the early republic.
Categories: Political Science

Computational Legal Studies

Computational Legal Studies

Outside China, only the fourth category is generally considered to be authentic computational legal studies. ... The top three journals (三大刊) and the top three law journals (法学三大刊) have traditionally been dominated by articles ...

Author: Ryan Whalen

Publisher: Edward Elgar Publishing

ISBN: 9781788977456

Category: Law

Page: 384

View: 647

Featuring contributions from a diverse set of experts, this thought-provoking book offers a visionary introduction to the computational turn in law and the resulting emergence of the computational legal studies field. It explores how computational data creation, collection, and analysis techniques are transforming the way in which we comprehend and study the law, and the implications that this has for the future of legal studies.
Categories: Law

Bibliography of Social Science Periodicals and Monograph Series

Bibliography of Social Science Periodicals and Monograph Series

14 ) 20.818 Shin högaku kenkyūkai ( New Institute of Legal Science )精解法学新書( Seikai högaku shinsho ) NEW LAW SERIES ... Japanese The following monographs in this series contain discussions of Japanese laws ; the law discussed is ...

Author: United States. Bureau of the Census

Publisher:

ISBN: IND:30000104408103

Category: Japan

Page: 346

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Categories: Japan

Law and Legal Science

Law and Legal Science

Author: James W. Harris (Rechtswissenschaftler)

Publisher:

ISBN: OCLC:731582227

Category:

Page: 174

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Exploring the Legal in Socio Legal Studies

Exploring the  Legal  in Socio Legal Studies

Kelsen severely criticized Ehrlich's sociology of law for confusing facts and norms and turning autonomous legal normativity into a mere function of the forces and ultimate laws operating in society. The identification of law and ...

Author: David Cowan

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: 9781137344373

Category: Law

Page: 274

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Socio-legal studies have had an ambivalent relationship with the 'legal' – one of its defining aspects, but at the same time one that the discipline has sought to transcend or even leave behind. While socio-legal studies benefit hugely from the insights, methods and theories of other social science and humanity disciplines, the contributions to Exploring the 'Legal' in Socio-Legal Studies illustrate the value of a focus on the 'legal'. The chapters in this book combine traditional legal materials and analyses with other ways of engaging empirically with the 'legal'. They illustrate the rich potential of the 'legal' as a site both for theoretical and methodological reflection and for case study analysis. Taken as a whole, this volume demonstrates that methodological discussion is most helpful when rooted in empirical cases, and that the best case studies also help us to develop our methodologies. Bringing methodology and empirical analysis together offers an opportunity to reflect on socio-legal studies and develop the discipline in productive new directions.
Categories: Law

The Role of Science in Law

The Role of Science in Law

A. LEGAL THEORY MOVEMENTS During the first half of the nineteenth century, a number of American legal scholars advocated approaching law as a science.74 To some, the notion meant conceptualizing law as an organized system, rather than a ...

Author: Robin Feldman

Publisher: Oxford University Press

ISBN: 9780195368581

Category: Law

Page: 222

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The allure of science -- Internalization of science in modern law -- Externalization in modern law -- The repetitions of history -- The nature of law -- What is science? -- Misunderstanding the limits of science -- Improving the role of science in law.
Categories: Law