3 edition of Comparative legal philosophy applied to legal institutions (Modern legal philosophy series) found in the catalog.
Comparative legal philosophy applied to legal institutions (Modern legal philosophy series)
1998 by Gaunt, Inc .
Written in English
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Damele will hold an on-line course in Philosophy of Evidence. He emphasised that the natural law must meet certain formal requirements such as being impartial and publicly knowable. Cambridge University Press. Saidov holds that there are autonomous concepts: the 'comparative method' and 'comparative jurisprudence'.
The lawyer from a centralized country must familiarize himself with the distinction between federal law and the laws of secondary jurisdictions states, provinces, cantons, and so forth —a distinction that is of fundamental importance in many countries. Such blurring of distinctions is particularly true of law in countries of Africa and the Middle Eastwhere certain sectors of the law have been transformed by Western ideas as in criminal and mercantile law and procedure leaving other sectors such as personal status, family lawand land law faithful to traditional principles of the region. This was possible because scholars from all over Europe came to study law at Bologna, and when they left they took the jus commune with them, incorporating it into their own legal systems. The village panchayat was responsible for hearing and deciding legal disputes on the basis of religious laws and existing local custom.
In this process, some considered it as a distinct science, while others deemed it as a variety of investigating methods or jurisprudence, rather than judging it as only one approach. This subfield may focus on the issue of rights protected or omitted from a state constitution, as well as the effect of the presence or absence of such rights on the citizens of a state. The study of comparative law can be traced back to the earliest studies of law and politics. Within the Confucian tradition, society is structured according to a natural order, in which each person has a designated place in a manner very similar to the Hindu tradition. One of the thirty-five Doctors of the Churchhe is considered by many Catholics to be the Church's greatest theologian. These rules, creating obligations and not rights, rank above all worldly matters and, in particular, are not to be confused with the regulations that a national government may, at a given time, enact and ratify.
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Moskva, Izdatelstvo 'Zertsalo',pp. As with the religious and customary legal traditions, the Asian tradition relies on something other than legal rules to maintain order in society; formal legal rules are considered secondary. Comparative Legal Reasoning and European Law.
This subfield may focus on the issue of rights protected or omitted from a state constitution, as well as the effect of the presence or absence of such rights on the citizens of a state. When two different countries are compared in detail or they are analyzed through broad-ranging studies, this can be termed as macro or micro comparative legal psychoanalysis.
In other countries, Comparative legal philosophy applied to legal institutions book those in South America, the Napoleonic Codes were used as guidelines for their own legal systems.
In his dialogue Crito, Plato fictionally cast his teacher, Socratesimprisoned and sentenced to death for impiety and corrupting the youngas faced with a choice between accepting the death penalty and escaping, thereby disobeying the law. Thus, the sole lasting remedy would seem to be the development of an international law capable of governing all legal questions outside the jurisdiction of a single state.
Similarly, a U. This initiative considers the nature and basis of universal human rights and fundamental freedoms, and encourages their equal realization for all persons and nations.
These include the scholars and priests, the warriors and merchants, and the artisans and tradesmen. Maddox, Robert L. Bentham's views about law and jurisprudence were popularized by his student John Austin. The Hindu legal tradition also has had some influence in a number of other countries in Southeast Asia, including Bangladesh, Nepal, and Pakistan.
Islamic Law The Islamic legal tradition is the most dominant of the religious legal traditions today. It was this practical aspect that also encouraged the growth of comparative law in the United States, where the essential aim of the law school has been usually to turn out practitioners; and one need hardly mention the strong link in Germany between big industry and the various institutes of comparative law.
Hein, This meant that relations between states ought to pass from being justified by force to being justified by law and justice. The comparative law was also regarded as a tool for a better understanding of legal data and as a method of legal science, playing a vital role in the legal norms interpretation related to different legal systems, In addition to the adaptation of one socio-legal system with one another.
In the same way that scholars study the effects of different executive and legislative structures within states, it is possible to study the role different legal systems play in shaping state behavior, Comparative legal philosophy applied to legal institutions book domestically and internationally.Download Book Interpreting Precedents A Comparative Study Applied Legal Philosophy in PDF format.
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The objective of comparative research is, by this approach, to investigate truth claims across a subset of all possible worlds.
For many researchers in the field of comparative social science, these worlds are inhabited by nation-states, but they could be, of Cited by: Books shelved as philosophy-of-law: The Concept of Law by H.L.A. Hart, The Authority of Law by Joseph Raz, Natural Law and Natural Rights by John Finnis.Abstract.
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