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3 April, 10:22

Law is a practical discipline; theory has no place in law. Discuss

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  1. 3 April, 10:40
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    there is theory in law as legal positivism, law is synonymous with positive norms, that is, norms made by the legislator or considered as common law or case law ... Positivists do not judge laws by questions of justice or humanity, but merely by the ways in which the laws have been created
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