STATE LEGAL CONCEPTS XIX - EARLY XX CENTURIES. IN MODERN SCIENTIFIC DISCOURSE

  • Evgeny A. Apolsky Rostov Institute (branch) of the All-Russian State University of Justice
  • Alexey Yu. Mamychev Vladivostok State University of Economics and Service
  • Andrey Yu. Mordovtsev Rostov Institute (branch) of the All-Russian State University of Justice
  • Alexander A. Gogin Professor of the Department of Entrepreneurship and Labor Law Federal State Budget Educational Institution of Higher Education "Togliatti State University
  • Magomedrasul Ni. Magomedrasulov North Caucasus Institute (branch) of the All-Russian State University of Justice (Russian Law Academy under the Ministry of Justice of Russia)
Palavras-chave: state-legal concepts, state law science, thesis, monograph, scientific paper, a form of scientific knowledge, the Russian Empire.

Resumo

The paper examines the problem of searching for an effective methodology for identifying, systematizing and analyzing state legal concepts of Russian political scientists of the 19th and early 20th centuries. Despite the available studies to date on individual state-legal concepts in the Russian Empire, their comprehensive research, general theoretical analysis and systematization is required, what is possible only if there is a proven methodological basis. The aim of the work is to present the stages and results of the authors' approach to the identification, systematization and evaluation of state-legal concepts in Russia in the 19th and early 20th centuries, which can be used as a basis for conducting similar studies in relation to other sectoral legal exercises. The paper substantiates the algorithm for obtaining systematic knowledge about the entire complex of state-legal concepts of the designated period showing the features of dissertational and monographic studies, the specifics of work with articles in the periodical legal press. The issues on the effectiveness of state-legal exercises are separately touched upon and a mechanism for using the forms of scientific knowledge obtained in the past is proposed to determine the novelty and relevance of the studies conducted today.

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2020-04-23
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A. APOLSKY, E.; YU. MAMYCHEV, A.; YU. MORDOVTSEV, A.; A. GOGIN, A.; NI. MAGOMEDRASULOV, M. STATE LEGAL CONCEPTS XIX - EARLY XX CENTURIES. IN MODERN SCIENTIFIC DISCOURSE. Gênero & Direito, v. 9, n. 03, 23 abr. 2020.
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