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PD Dr. Tobias Herbst

Über das Verhältnis zwischen Rechtsphilosophie und Rechtssoziologie


Abstract from the author

Portrait des AutorsPhilosophy of law and sociology of law commonly are seen as different sciences with their own lectures and textbooks. But since the theories of Jürgen Habermas and Niklas Luhmann, for example, are subject of both of these disciplines, this essay examines the similarities and differences between the two sciences and their interdependence. Differences can be found in the kinds of questions and in the methods applied, notwithstanding the impossibility of exact delineations. Both disciplines have in common their critical potential towards the law – each from its own perspective. The essay ends with reflections on the scholarly dispute between Habermas and Luhmann.


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Index of contents

Category
Philosophy of law | Sociology of law

Keywords
ALR | Applicable law | Application of law | Behaviour | Code civil | Codifications | Coexistence | Cognition | Correct law | Correctness | Criticism | Criticism of law | Description | Discourse theory | Effectiveness research | Emergence of law | Empiricism | Essence of law | Ethics of law | Evaluation | Evolutionary conditions | Existing | External perspective | Facticity | Facts research | Art. 1 GG | Habermas, Jürgen | Immoral law | Instrumental rationality | Interdisciplinarity | Internal perspective | Jaspers, Karl | Juridical positivism | Justice | Kant, Immanuel | Knowledge | Law | Law-making | Law standards | Legal effect | Legal injustice | Legal policy | Legal reality | Legal subjects | Legal system | Legal texts | Legislation | Legitimacy | Locke, John | Luhmann, Niklas | Maladministration | Marxian legal theory | Metaphysics of Morals | Moral | Nature law | Non-hierarchical discourse | Object formula | Penal objectives | Philosophy | Plausibility | Policy making | Practice | Purpose formula | Qualitative Research | Quantitative research | Radbruch, Gustav | Radbruch formula | Real conditions | Reason law | Regulatory impact assessment | Research methods | Scientific disciplines | Social reality | Society | Sociology | Study | System of norms | System theory | Theory | Theory of law | Universality

Quotation reference:
Tobias Herbst, HFR 2012, S. 135 et seqq.

Linking reference:
http://www.humboldt-forum-recht.de/english/8-2012/index.html

Edited by Tobias M. Dreyer