There is a gap in the process of discussing the reform of higher education in the legal field, which has not yet been identified as significant by experts. The point is that the communicative component of the legal profession has become completely despised in the educational process, and later in practice. This is due to the leveling of branch communication and jurisprudential science, which are practically absent in the domestic humanities: neither the languages of modern law nor legal linguistics are properly developed by researchers.
Methodological foundations in legal science are considered in scientific and conceptualunderstanding. The criticism of the state of methodological research in our science, based on the goal,the formation of a civil society in Ukraine, the construction of a democratic rule of law, market economyis quite justified. Only by the nature of the problems that arise in legal science in relation to these goals,and the scale of the research objectives, does methodology become one of the least developed areas ofour science and, above all, the general theory of law.
The pressing questions of methodology of cognition of scientific theories are considered. The scientific theories of modern jurisprudence, their structure are investigated. Development of jurisprudental theories is grounded in the general structure of scientific theories. Pay attention to the organization of law as a science. The problem of cost freedom of science, that us will interest different character and touch, is considered. It be comes firmly established that every science uses the tool of logic.
Methodological situation in the modern jurisprudence, the main peculiarity of which
there is transition from monistic methodology to philosophical and methodological pluralism,
is described in the article.
The development of logical knowledge in Ukraine is based on the work of Professor of
the Kyiv-Mohylyanska Academy, a well-known figure in the Ukrainian spiritual culture of the
late XVII – first half of the XVIII century. The structure, problems and terminology of the
course “Logic” by F. Prokopovich are analyzed.
The development of logical knowledge in Ukraine is based on the work of Professor of the Kyiv-Mohylyanska Academy, a well-known figure in the Ukrainian spiritual culture of the late XVII – first half of the XVIII century. The structure, problems and terminology of the course “Logic” by S. Yavorsky are analyzed.
The article deals with the methodological situation in modern jurisprudence. It is stressed that its main feature is the conversion from the monistic totality of the researching methods of the philosophical-methodological pluralism. Established that the philosophical basis of research is pluralistic methodology that combines equal content and origin essence methods. The definition of “methodologies law”, as the study of the structure, logical organization, principles, methods, means and forms of cognition researcher during his reserched state-legal phenomena.
In the article provisions of the main philosophical and legal theories aimed at explaining the meaning and essence of law and order. Shows the common and different in different theoretical and methodological approaches, the necessity at the present stage of development of the philosophy of law build an integrative concept, which would objnull positive achievements
of the existing theories.
In the article is analyzed the essence of the correlation of the method and methodological approach in the study. The author investigates various arsenal of research tools and pay attention to the multiplicity of theoretical entities within the general theory of law and the need for a unified theoretical and methodological basis of research, the importance of fusion research areas in an integrated theoretical system.
The article deals with the methodological situation in modern jurisprudence. It is
stressed that its main feature is the conversion from the monistic totality of the vesearching
methods of the philosophical-methodological pluralism