Synthetic (Integral) Nature of Law Reaction to the Challenge of Leonid Pitamic
The essential elements of an integral conception of law are order and humaneness.<br>Pitamic’s challenge opens very broad creative possibilities. For the author of this paper, it is of special importance that Pitamic’s theory also fecundates the modern theory of argumentation in law. The methodological pluralism makes it possible to accept the theory of graduated legal order and to treat it contentually. It is of decisive importance to differentiate between the legal text and the understanding thereof. Acting in a responsible manner, one cannot avoid the arguments of understanding. The work of a lawyer is creative, yet it also burdens him with responsibility that has to be borne.
Table of contents
- 1. Pitamic’s Range of Research Layout.
- 2. Methodological Clarity and Purity of the Theory of Law
- 3. Law is not just a social technique
- 4. Synthetic (Integral) Nature of Law
- 5. The Importance for the Synthetic (Integral) Understanding of Law
- 6. Hominum causa omne ius constitutum
- 7. Literature
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