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Nazi Law was "law" Legal Theory Essay

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this essay discusses the differences between positive law and natural law and concludes there is no real, practical, difference. it got me a HD

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Philosophy of law Hans Kelsen Pure Theory of Law Legal positivism Jurisprudence H. L. A. Hart The Concept of Law Basic norm Crime Law Gustav Radbruch Translating "law" to other European languages
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Philosophy of law Hans Kelsen Pure Theory of Law Legal positivism Jurisprudence H. L. A. Hart The Concept of Law Basic norm Crime Law Gustav Radbruch Translating "law" to other European languages
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We may regret it but we cannot deny it was law.” Critically examine this statement. Word count = 1915 ________________ Topic 4: “From the point of view of the science of law, the law under the Nazi-Government was law. We may regret it but we cannot deny it was law.” Critically examine this statement. Introduction The statement was allegedly made by Han’s Kelsen1 and encapsulates his view, and positive law2 (‘PL’) theorists views in general, that a morally repugnant (or “regrettable”) law retains its legal validity despite its moral character. As such, the statement can be seen as an argument against natural law (‘NL’) theory. NL theorists claim that the validity of the law depends upon it’s conformity to the NL, where the NL is defined as a requirement above the PL3. Further, NL theorists claim that the NL exists objectively. PL theorists reject the idea th...
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