A Social Theory of Law by Comparison to Legal Positivism
This chapter focuses on the social theory of state law. State law is described as a complex of activity that constitutes the perceived legal system. This chapter focuses on the comparison between the legal positivist view and behaviourist based social scientific view of law. Any legal positivist approach in order to be successful must be grounded on actual social practices.
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