When we think of law, and what law means to us as a society, we all have a good idea, or rather an innate sense, of what law is and the kind of things to expect. But trying to put an accurate definition on what law is is somewhat more of a difficult task. This very question lies at the heart of the study of jurisprudence, or legal philosophy. Since early civilization, philosophers and thinkers have worked with a view to establishing a definitive meaning of what law is and where it fits into the community. From these efforts have arisen major 'schools' of thought which demonstrate ideas and concepts distinct from one and other yet equally valid in their interpretations.
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|Size: ||44 KB|
|Date published: || 2017|
|ISBN: ||9781365740015 (DRM-EPUB)|
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