Does Law exist? Let’s demonstrate it
1.5 The Law and order
1.8 Life and Law
1.9 Knowledge and Law
1.10 If we know. How do we know?
1.13 Is juridical knowledge speculative or practical?
1.14 Knowledge as a fundamental element of Law
1.15 Could the Law not seek the truth?
1.16 Reality as an essential element of Law
1.17 Can Law exist and not exist at the same time?
1.18 What does Law have to do with reality?
1.19 Does the false right exist?
1.20 Is juridical reality knowable? Can we really approach it?
2.1.2 Without causes there isn’t science
2.1.3 The Law, knowledge or action
2.1.4 The necessary knowledge and the science of Law
2.1.5 Going to the basic causes
2.2 Towards the science of Law
2.2.1 How do we define science of Law?
2.2.2 The principles of Law:
2.2.5 Principles as habits
2.2.7 Principle of identity (what it is, is)
2.2.12 Substantial reality (reality is a substance)
2.2.16 Of finality (any agent acts by a goal)
2.2.17 of truth (all entity is knowable)
2.3 Group of knowledge
2.3.1 To the Law by its causes?
2.3.2 The Law and its metaphysical place as entity
2.3.3 The systematisation of the juridical knowledge
2.4 Walking among laws
2.4.1 Eternal Law
2.4.2 Divine Law
2.4.3 Natural law, definitions:
2.4.4 Human or Juridical Law
2.4.6 Can we consider law as a relationship?
2.5.1 Is there perfect Justice?
2.5.2 Perfect justice
2.5.3 Imperfect justice
2.5.5 How do we separate justice from Law?
2.5.6 The relationship of justice with truth
2.5.7 Justice and the facultative Law
2.6 Law in strict sense; as power or ability
2.6.1 Why is the Law in strict sense a faculty?
2.6.2 Why does the Law as faculty require a holder?
2.7 The common good
2.8 Let’s demonstrate the Law
2.9 Conclusions of the chapter
3.1 Those who know and those who don’t know the Law
3.2 Does knowledge exist? Can we know it?
3.3 First knowing then being, why is that so?
3.4 The history of how we know
3.6 Relativism or systematic scepticism:
3.6.6 Modern existentialism:
3.7 Of relativism or methodical scepticism
3.7.3 Scottish Intuitionism:
3.7.5 Philosophy of action
3.7.6 Moral Dogmatism
3.8 Modern epistemological currents
3.8.1 Deflationism (Alfred Tarski)
3.8.3 Theory of the identity of truth
3.9.2 John Austin
3.9.3 Hebert Lionel Adolphus Hart
3.9.4 Ronald Dworkin
3.9.5 Can we base a juridical theory on the positivism?
3.11 Critical Legal Studies
3.12 Legal realism
3.13 Economist theory of Law:
3.14 Law and literature:
3.15 The Critical Race Theory
3.15.1 Can we base the essence of this doctrine on race?
3.16 Feminist theory of Law:
3.17 Analytical Theory of Law
3.17.1 Can we base a theory of Law on language?
3.18 The theory of the systems of Luhmann and Law
13.19 Conclusions of chapter 3:
4.1 Law, Theory or science?
4.2 Theories of Law without science
4.2.1 Brian H. Bix
4.2.2 Robert Alexy
4.2.3 Ricardo Guastini
4.2.4 Hans Kelsen
4.2.5 Julie Dickson
4.4.1 First rule of veracity: of being or identity
4.4.2 Second rule of veracity: Principle of ordering