THE SYSTEM OF THE STRUCTURE OF LAW COGNITION IN THE MOGERN RUSSIAN THEORY OF LAW AND ITS ROLE IN SOCIETY

  • Elena V. Ponomarenko University of Tyumen
Palavras-chave: legal knowledge, law-cognition structure, legal empiricism, legal intelligence, intellectual and legal will, law-cognition interest.

Resumo

the urgency of the issue consists in studying the concept of law cognition and its structuring. The purpose of this article is to develop the concept and structure of legal knowledge. The leading approaches used in the study are: deduction, which assumes that law cognition is the result of mental processing of legal information, as well as induction, which creates the structure of legal knowledge, its constituent elements being legal intelligence, intellectual and legal will, and law-cognition interest. The result of the study is the development of the terms and the basic properties of legal knowledge, legal intelligence, intellectual and legal will, and law-cognition interest. The materials of the article can be useful for professional lawyers, scholars and academics, for their law-cognition activity and the formation of legal awareness.

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V. PONOMARENKO, E. THE SYSTEM OF THE STRUCTURE OF LAW COGNITION IN THE MOGERN RUSSIAN THEORY OF LAW AND ITS ROLE IN SOCIETY. Gênero & Direito, v. 9, n. 03, 23 abr. 2020.
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