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The Logical Necessity of Legal Provision (on a Leibnitian Definition)

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The author argues that norm and fact are both essential to make what we call 'law'. This tenet, which can be supported even looking to some points mad by Modern philosophers, should not be understood in post-modernist terms.


  • Legal Reasoning
  • Legal Provision
  • Legal Qualification of Facts
  • Legal Interpretation


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