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Law of Ukraine

Law of Ukraine

 The "Law of Ukraine" Journal was founded in 1922 as a body of National Commissariat of Justice.  From the first issue on the Journal focused on its areas of expertise: leading articles of general state and political nature, theoretical research in different fields of law, overview of state law enforcement practices, courts, and arbitration proceedings. It raised debating points and provided information on legal life of society. Careful attention has been paid to legal terminology. Among active contributors one can name such scholars like Prof. M.Grodzynskyi, V.Trakhterov, V.Gordon, V.Koretskyi, S.Landkof and later G.Matveyev, D.Suslo, S.Tykhenko and many others.


Law of Ukraine » 2011 » № 1
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Tatsiy V. Introduction by the Chairman of the Journal´s Board of Academics 4
Sviatotskyi O. Foreword of the Journal´s Editor-in-Chief 6
Topic of the Issue. LEGAL THINKING AS FUNDAMENTALS OF THE THEORY AND PRACTICE OF LAW 1. Philosophical and Theoretical Foundations of Legal Thinking
Rabinovich P. Legal Thinking: the Substance, Reasons for and Invincibility of Pluralism, Modern European Perspectives 8
Koziubra M. Legal Thinking: Concept, Types and Levels 22
Tsvik M. Legal Thinking (the Significance of the Repetition of Social Relations for its Research) 33
Alexy R. The Dual Nature of Law 39
Bulygin Ye. Alexy between Positivism and Non-Positivism 51
Tolstik V. Struggle for the Substance of Law — the Most Important Scientific Direction 60
Maksymov S. Duality of Law 66
Chestnov I. The Sociological and Antropological Type of Legal Thinking in the Context of Post-Classical Image of the World 72
Kozlovskiy A. Cause and Purpose Antinomies of Legal Thinking 77
Mishina I. Axiological Legal Thinking 82
Shafirov V. Person-Centered Approach to Legal Thinking 86
Oborotov Yu. Legal Thinking as Axiomatic Grounds (Postulate) of Law 91
Stovba O. Legal Thinking vs. Legal Awareness: Problems and Prospects 98
Varlamova N. Law and Justice: Correlation in the Context of Different Types of Legal Thinking 103
Scientific Papers
Yatsenko O. Modern Legal Thinking: Principal Concepts 108
Vovk D. Acceptance of Recurring Social Relations as a Phase of the Genesis of Law 111
Boychuk S. Typology of Legal Thinking Forms: A Comprehensive Approach 113
II. Historical and Comparative Aspects of Legal Thinking
Grafskiy V. On Traditions of Legal Thinking 115
Varga Ch. The Nature of Law: Legal Ontology and Legal Ideology Historically Compared 121
Kostenko O. What is Law? On the Fundamentals of "Naturalistic" Jurispudence in Light of Social Naturalism 129
Martyshin O. Classic concepts of law and "new legal theories" 137
Tykhomyrov O. Philosophical and Methodological Aspects of the Comparative Approach to Legal Thinking 144
Yushchyk O. On the Necessity of Perceiving the Essence and Determining the Concept of Law 149
Lemak V. Change of the Legal Thinking Paradigm: The Experience of Central European Countries 157
Dudchenko V. The Role of Normative Facts in Modern Legal Thinking 163
Rabinovich S. Natural Law in the Philosophically Legal Thought of Ukraine: Interaction of the Western and Eastern Traditions of European Law 170
Mordovtsev A. National Legal Reality During the Change of Heuristic Guidelines: Perception Issues 176
Scientific Papers
Chubko T. Legal Thinking Problems in Light of Globalization Conditions 181
Klochkova Yu. Modern Trends of the Formation of Legal Thinking under Legal Convergence Conditions 183
Smorodynskiy V. Legal Positivism in the 21st Century: Origins and Prospects 186
Solomko Z. Re-Ideologizing as the Logic of Post-Soviet Legal Thinking 188
III. Legal thinking in the structure of the legal system, science and practice
Petryshyn O. Problems of the Socialization of Legal Science 192
Bekhruz Kh. Legal Thinking, Understanding of Law and the Legal System 201
Grevtsov Yu. On Legal Thinking: Legal Relations in Connection with Legal Facts and Norms of Law 206
Onishcenko N. Modern Legal Thinking in Terms of Sources, Postulates, Key Principles and the Functional Purpose of Law 213
Pogrebnyak S. Features of Law in the Context of Modern Legal Thinking 220
Kruss V. Constitutional Legal Thinking 226
Stesenko S. Legal Thinking: Correlation between Theory and Practice of Law 231
Tepluk M. Effect of Law and Statute in Light of Modern Legal Thinking 237
Murashko L. Problems of Law Formation in the Republic of Belarus (in the Context of a Differentiation between Law and Statute) 245
Dudash T. The Influence of the Legal Thinking of Constitutional Jurisdiction Bodies on their Law Interpretation Activity (Germany, the USA, Ukraine) 252
Sakhan Ye. Destructive Legal Thinking: Causes, Manifestation and Means for the Prevention Thereof 259
The Problem of Legal Thinking - the Subject of an International Scientific Symposium
International Scientific Symposium «Legal Thinking: Issues of Theory, Legal Policy and Law Practice 261
Selected Scientific Monographs on the Problem of Legal Thinking 269 Renowned European Lawyers - Theorists of the 20th Century
Rene David, One of the Most Prominent Scholars in the Field of Comparative Law 271
Sergey Alekseyev — Modern Classic of the Theory of State and Law 274
P. Nedbaylo, Renowned Legal Theorist, Pedagogue and Public Figure 276
Legislative Novels
Latest Legislative Developments Ukraine in 2010 248
Leading legal scientific institutions of Ukraine
The National Academy of Legal Sciences of Ukraine — the Highest Research Entity in Jurisprudence 286