Law as multidimensional phenomena [Post 10]

“Being” and law as “ought to be” as categories “Ought to be” and “being” are, in the sense of logical categories, obviously different. But they are also related. First, of course, they may coincide in the instance of a “rightful” state of affairs; but also in the sense that “ought to be” contains the concept … Continue reading Law as multidimensional phenomena [Post 10]