Principles of law in modern legal doctrine and practice
V. A. Tsyganovkin ()
RSUH/RGGU BULLETIN. Series Economics. Management. Law, 2019
The article analyzes the problematic aspects of the principles of law in modern legal doctrine and practice: their normative or non-normative nature; their possible status as formal sources of law; methodological role in the analytical determination of the degree of the development and the legal quality of the regulatory systems, institutions and practices. It justifies the possibility of applying the principles of law to form a non-essentialist definition of the â€œessenceÂ of lawâ€ , what would allow operational use of such a concept in empirical study the legal systems both particularly and in its commutative analyses.
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