عنوان مقاله [English]
It seems that in addition to the point that instead of “Philosophy of Law” we should say of “Philosophies of Law”, and discuss its issues according to many natural differences of them in private and public law, we should study law in a more basic viewpoint which is the basis for the other topics, and that is cognition. When we consider law as credible, contrary to the reality, the ratiocinations which are not considered as reality in real world, are permissible in law ambit. It means that law is not considered as knowledge, and it is described as credible, and also it means there are no obligations toward cognition and science in law studies. What is deeply deliberated here is the rate of truth and falsehood of the known statement of credibility of law.
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