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" Uncritically the science of law has been mixed with elements of psychology, sociology, ethics and political theory. This adulteration is understandable, because the latter disciplines deal with subject matters that are closely connected with law. The... "
Pure Theory of Law - Page 1
by Hans Kelsen - 2002 - 356 pages
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Jewish Law Annual, Volume 6

Bertrand Jackson - Law - 1987 - 297 pages
...of Law, trld. M. Knight (Berkeley, Los Angeles, and London: University of California Press, 1967). 2 "Uncritically the science of law has been mixed with...connected with law. The Pure Theory of Law undertakes to deli mil the cognition of law against these disciplines, not because it ignores or denies the connection,...
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The Language of Liberal Constitutionalism

Howard Schweber - Philosophy - 2007
...for separating the study of law from the study of sociology, psychology, or other social sciences. The pure theory of law "undertakes to delimit the...mixture of methodologically different disciplines." (Kelsen, 1945: i.) What Hart adds to the discussion is an exploration of the social experience of legal...
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