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Legal realism revisited

Wouter de Been

Legal realism revisited

by Wouter de Been

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Published by Stanford University Press in Stanford, Calif .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Law -- Philosophy

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    StatementWouter de Been.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsK341 .D43 2008
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. cm.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17915044M
    ISBN 109780804756594
    LC Control Number2007018590

      Martin P. Golding is Professor of Philosophy and Professor of Law at Duke University, where he directs the joint law-philosophy program. His books include Philosophy of Law (), Legal Reasoning (), and Free Speech on Campus (). He is also editor of Jewish Law and Legal Theory ().. William A. Edmundson is Professor of Law and of Philosophy at Georgia State . Legal realism is a naturalistic approach to law and is the view that jurisprudence should emulate the methods of natural science, i.e., rely on empirical evidence. Hypotheses have to be tested against observations of the world. Legal realists believe that the legal science should investigate law .

    The book argues for a return to legal realism and the classical pragmatism of John Dewey and William James and for a rejection of the postmodern critique of critical legal studies. It discusses the two movements with respect to three topics: their view . accepted in the legal system under discussion; from this without discussion or inquiry we assume that the practice of the relevant actors conforms to these accepted prescriptions.” H.L.A. Hart, Critique of Legal Realism in The Concept of Law () 1. Rules need not be enacted by a court to be laws: “There is a difference, crucial for.

    The Decision Theory of Law Revisited B. Bishop Hoadly C. The Prediction Theory of Law Revisited D. The Scandinavian Realists CONCLUSION INTRODUCTION. The legal realist movement flourished back in the s and 30s, primarily at Yale and Columbia law . Judge Sotomayor's views align with the idea of legal realism, in which the law is less a science and, in reality, reflects the personal characteristics of those applying : Jess Bravin.


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Today, legal scholars celebrate Llewellyn as a member of the school of legal realism, which criticized the doctrine of stare decisis for its inability to predict judicial outcomes. (Ingersoll ) As. The article aims to pursue a reassessment of one fundamental binary opposition legal realism invokes - the real and the formal.

While some of the realist objections to the formal, mechanistic concept of adjudication have been insightful, the realist writers have been for the most part unaware of some of the formalistic and ultimately self-refuting presuppositions of their own : Necati Polat.

My thanks to Kenneth Himma for organizing this symposium on my book Naturalizing Jurisprudence: Essays on American Legal Realism and Naturalism in Legal Philosophy 1 and to the editors of Law & Philosophy for agreeing to host it. I am especially.

NATURALIZED JURISPRUDENCE AND AMERICAN LEGAL REALISM REVISITED Brian Leiter Center for Law, Philosophy & Human Values University of Chicago E. 60th Street Chicago, IL [email protected] March 2, My thanks to Kenneth Himma for organizing this symposium on my book NaturalizingCited by: 4.

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Following a brief introduction to the topic, eight chapters focusing on different aspects of the Realists.4/5(1). Naturalized Jurisprudence and American Legal Realism Revisited. Law and Philosophy, devoted to my book NATURALIZING JURISPRUDENCE: AMERICAN LEGAL REALISM AND NATURALISM IN LEGAL PHILOSOPHY.

The critics to whom I respond are: Julie Dickson (Oxford University), Michael Steven Green (College of William & Mary), and Mark Greenberg Cited by: 4. that contemporary legal philosophers largely view Hart's critique of realism as cogent); Michael C.

Doff, Prediction and the Rule of Law, 42 UCLA L. REV.() (outlining Hart's critique of the realist prediction model); Leslie Green, The Concept of Law. Revisited, 94 MICH.

Legal Realists. There appears to be as many theories of Legal Realism as there are authors on the topic.

However, even in the absence of agreement upon what constitutes Legal Realism, I will attempt to synthesize a starting-point definition.7 Legal Realism has been characterized as a philosophy, a school, a movement, and an approach.

Contents may have variations from the printed book or be incomplete or contain other coding. Contents Preface 1. Tale of Two Movements A Twice Told Tale The Realism of Legal Realism Langdellian Orthodoxy The Realist Critique The Legacy of Legal Realism The Critical Legal Studies Movement: Realism meets Radicalism The Problem Historicism Social Science Language Method E Pluribus.

This book demonstrates how legal realism offers important and unique jurisprudential insights that are not just a part of legal history, but are also relevant and useful for a contemporary understanding of legal theory.

Legal Realism and American Law Justin Zaremby — Political Science Author:. Legal Realism Regained presents a comparison between the legal realists, a group of pragmatic legal theorists from the s and s, and critical legal studies, a movement of postmodern legal theory during the end of the twentieth century.

The book argues for a return to legal realism and the classical pragmatism of John Dewey and William James and for a rejection of the postmodern critique of critical legal.

This chapter challenges two widespread views about the relationship between the jurisprudential theories known as ‘Legal Realism’ and ‘Legal Positivism’.

The first is that the two doctrines are essentially incompatible or opposed at the philosophical or conceptual level. The second is that Legal Realism is a jurisprudential joke, a tissue of philosophical confusions — confusions that.

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