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Title: Filozoficzne przesłanki pojmowania systemowości prawa w teorii wykładni Jerzego Wróblewskiego

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The assumption of systemic nature of law in Jerzy Wróblewski’s theory of interpretation

Creator:

Pulka, Zbigniew

ORCID:

0000-0001-7829-1088

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Tyt. tomu: Systemowość prawa. Tom dedykowany Panu Profesorowi Stanisławowi Kaźmierczykowi w osiemdziesiątą rocznicę urodzin

Abstract:

That is to say that Jerzy Wróblewski’s theory of interpretation assumes philosophical attitude consisting in acceptance of Marxist philosophy. Consequently, Jerzy Wróblewski’s theory of interpretation may be counted as theory of interpretation of “people’s law”. The author tends to point out that the notion of “people’s law” is a philosophical category, i. e. the main traits of “peoples law” are defined on the level of Marxist philosophy. Consequently, all propositions of Jerzy Wróblewski’s theory of interpretation are propositions which presuppose existence of such conceived “people’s law”. In the article, the author strives to point out that philosophical assumptions of Marxist philosophy determine Jerzy Wróblewski’s way of conceiving the systemic character of law.

Place of publishing:

Wrocław

Publisher:

Wydawnictwo Uniwersytetu Wrocławskiego

Contributor:

Pulka, Zbigniew. Red.

Date issued:

2016

Identifier:

ISSN 0137-1134 ; ISSN 0239-6661

DOI:

10.19195/0137-1134.104.14

Source:

PAd P 101660 II

Language:

pol ; eng

Relation:

Acta Universitatis Wratislaviensis, ISSN 0239-6661, No 3718. Przegląd Prawa i Administracji 2016, 104, s. 219-249

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Czasopisa Naukowe w Sieci

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© Copyright by Wydawnictwo Uniwersytetu Wrocławskiego Sp. z o.o., Wrocław 2016

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Oct 13, 2020

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