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Ukrainian Legal Doctrine: Volume 1: Fundamental Theoretical and Historical Jurisprudence

Edited by: V. Ia. Tatsyi, William E. Butler

ISBN13: 9780854901814
Published: October 2015
Publisher: Wildy, Simmonds and Hill Publishing
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Hardback
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This is the first of five volumes on Ukrainian Legal Doctrine, entitled Fundamental Theoretical and Historical Jurisprudence. Section One is devoted to the philosophy of law, methodological, and scientific fundamental principles of jurisprudence.

Section Two turns to issues of the supremacy and the rule of law in recent Ukrainian experience, human rights, and doctrinal metrics of the Ukrainian legal system. Section Three addresses doctrinal conceptions of modern Ukrainian statehood, including Ukrainian approaches to a civil society, conceptions of federation, judicial practice and legal doctrine as sources of Ukrainian law, and legal aspects and implications of approximating Ukrainian law to the law of the European Union.

In Section Four modern Ukrainian doctrines of legal history are explored with special reference to the historiography of twentieth-century Ukrainian experience in State-building.

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Contents:
Preface
Introduction to the Translation
General Outline of Work

SECTION 1 - LEGAL PHILOSOPHICAL, METHODOLOGICAL, AND SCIENTIFIC FUNDAMENTAL PRINCIPLES OF JURISPRUDENCE
1.1 National Academy of Legal Sciences of Ukraine: Flagship of the Development of Ukrainian Legal Science (On the 20th Anniversary of the National Academy of Legal Sciences of Ukraine)
1.2 Role of the Journal Право України [Law of Ukraine] in the Development of National Legal Doctrine
1.3 Legal Doctrine: Philosophical-Legal Approach
1.4 Natural Law Approaches in Legal Philosophical Thought of Modern Ukraine
1.5 Problems of Socialization of Law and Sociological Jurisprudence
1.6 Economic Dominant in Legal Doctrine: Theoretical Economic and Legal Analysis
1.7 Fundamental Principles of Theoretical Jurisprudence as Contemporary Theory of State and Law
1.8 Methodology of Comparative Research in Ukraine: Philosophical-Legal Aspect
1.9 Ukraine on the Legal Map of the World
1.10 Development of Legal Science in the Informational Sphere: Systemic Problems and Priorities

SECTION 2 - SUPREMACY OF LAW, HUMAN RIGHTS, AND LEGAL SYSTEM: DOCTRINAL METRICS
2.1 Supremacy of Law: Doctrinal Interpretations in Ukraine
2.2 Development of Paradigms of Law-Comprehension in Ukraine: Central European Context
2.3 On the Development of Doctrines of Human Rights in Ukraine (Years of Independence)
2.4 Bio-Jurisprudence: Fundamental Component of Modern General Theoretical Jurisprudence
2.5 Principles of Law: Doctrinal Issues
2.6 Principle of Gender Equality: Sources, Formation, Development

SECTION 3 - DOCTRINAL LEGAL CONCEPTIONS OF MODERN UKRAINIAN STATEHOOD
3.1 Civil Society: Doctrine and Ukrainian Practice
3.2 Conceptions of the Rule-of-Law State and Supremacy of Law in Ukrainian Legal Doctrine;
3.3 Doctrinal Model of Building a Federated State: Ukraine in Retrospect and Today;
3.4 Ensuring Uniformity of Judicial Practice under Conditions of Special Jurisdiction
3.5 National Doctrine of Sources of Law;
3.6 Legal Technique: Issues of Doctrine;
3.7 Doctrine of Rule-of-Law Order in Ukraine: Genesis, Contemp orary State, and Future Prospects
3.8 Legal Integration as Factor in Development of Ukrainian Statehood and Legal System
3.9 Control as Doctrinal Category of Legal Science

SECTION 4 - PHILOSOPHICAL, SCIENTIFIC, AND METHODOLOGICAL POSITIONS
4.1 Topical Theoretical Problems of Legal Science;
4.2 Issues of Ukrainian State-Building in the Twentieth Century;
4.3 Democratic Traditions of Ukrainian State-Building: Historical, Theoretical, and Methodological Aspects
4.4 Methodological Problems of the History of Research on State-Building during the Ukrainian Revolution (1917-1921)
4.5 History of Adoption of the 1996 Constitution of Ukraine

Authors of Volume One
Index of Names

Series: Studies in Russian and East European Law

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