Law as multidimensional phenomena [Post 9]

Law as “being” and law as “ought to be” So far, the blog series has referred to law as “rule” and law as “behavior.” In other words, these mean law as “ought to be” and law as “being.” For example, Kelsen arguments have to do with the distinction between a Pure Theory and the character … Continue reading Law as multidimensional phenomena [Post 9]