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Legal Theory Final Notes

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Covers all relevant topics for final legal theory exam, including natural law, positivist, sociological, legal realist, postmodernism, critical, feminist, CRT & Post-Colonialism.

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Philosophy of law Jurisprudence Legal formalism Law Natural law Sociology of law Rule of law Common law Eingetragene Genossenschaft Legal realism Public international law Critical legal studies
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Philosophy of law Jurisprudence Legal formalism Law Natural law Sociology of law Rule of law Common law Eingetragene Genossenschaft Legal realism Public international law Critical legal studies
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The principles are discovered by reason, and once established, human laws are expected to conform to the natural law. Natural law theory therefore guides how human law should be created and interpreted. Known as the place where law and morals intersect. What does this mean - Natural law is a type of framework that can be used to create law that conforms to notions of good, morality or ethics. Morality - in this context is concerned with what makes something right or wrong, good or evil. - Provides us with guidance about the duties we should obey, the responsibilities we should follow, and what is involved in helping us to behave virtuously. ________________ 2 Aristotle Community Active reason & practical wisdom will guide the conduct of individuals - such that individual desires are restrained in light of the needs of the community, to achieve the good life. - F...
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