THE PRACTICAL DIFFERENCE BETWEEN NATURAL-LAW THEORY AND LEGAL POSITIVISM
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ABSTRACT: The article deals with the difference between some forms of legal positivism. It is argued that, even in continental legal systems which are typically “rule bound,” there is some space left for principles in the legal system. The author tries to explain how this space can be filled and what methods should be used by a judge to do so.Ratio Juris 08/2007; 4(2):177 - 201.
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