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Hardback – 1993-08-01 Routledge Distinguished Studies in American Legal and Constitutional .

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Legal realism is a naturalistic approach to law. It is the view that jurisprudence should emulate the methods of natural science, . rely on empirical evidence. Hypotheses must be tested against observations of the world

Legal realism is a naturalistic approach to law. Hypotheses must be tested against observations of the world. Legal realists believe that legal science should only investigate law with the value-free methods of natural sciences. German: Realwissenschaften). Some legal realists (.

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This course explores the development of American legal doctrines and institutions in their social and political .

This course explores the development of American legal doctrines and institutions in their social and political contexts. It deals as well with the evolution of constitutional jurisprudence. It presumes a basic knowledge of American history. 303 (1880) The Civil Rights Cases, 109 . 3 (1883) Plessy v. Ferguson, 163 . 537 (1896) Buchanan v. Warley, 245 . 60 (1917) Yick Wo v. Hopkins, 118 .

American writers following the era of change in American life, moved steadily from Romanticism towards.

REALISM IN 19th CENTURY AMERICAN FICTION The 19th century is considered to mark the origin of realism as a literary movement in the United States. American writers following the era of change in American life, moved steadily from Romanticism towards Realism, which was to lead the next step of Naturalism.

in Political Philosophy (St Louis, Herder, 1945); The Natural Law: A Study in Legal and Social History and Philosophy (Eng trans T. R. Hanley, St Louis, Herder, 1947).

The proliferation of legal studies of the ‘law in context’ variety is frequently cited by British authors as evidence of the legacy of legal realism. See, for example, Freeman, . in Political Philosophy (St Louis, Herder, 1945); The Natural Law: A Study in Legal and Social History and Philosophy (Eng trans T. 183. Manion, Clarence, ‘The Founding Fathers and the Natural Law: A Study of the Source of Our Legal Institutions’ (1949) 35 Am Bar Assoc Jnl 461–464, 529–530 at 461. 184. Op cit, p 530. 185. Loc cit.

The " core claim " of legal realism is that " in deciding cases, judges respond primarily to the stimulus of the facts of the case, rather than to legal rules and reason. hether or not those facts are legally significant " (Leiter 2005, p. 52, 53). Although law was therefore indeterminate (. not the closed logical system depicted by formalism), it was nonetheless predictable if the psychosocial influences upon the judge could be known.

Discussing the crisis of legal thought at the beginning of the 20th century .

Discussing the crisis of legal thought at the beginning of the 20th century, the author shows the impact of Russian legal philosophy on overcoming this impasse.