Methodology of Criminal Law Theory
This book discusses whether criminal law theory, or law theory more generally, can be regarded as a branch of science. The issues addressed in this book are following: Is the criminal law scholarship which obviously informs the legal system itself a form of science, and in what sense? Can there be systemic developments in criminal law theory? This question is coming more pressing as interdisciplinary approaches have increased influence in the field. More than that, the question will also have implications for our understanding of legal theory more generally. An innovative, important addition to how criminal law and theory should be viewed.
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