Nature of legal conflict: phenomenological discussion

2019;
: 74-80
Authors:
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Lviv Polytechnic National University Institute of Law and Psychology, Assistant of the Department of Theory and Philosophy of Law

The article analyzes the nature of the legal conflict. The theoretical and pragmatic significance of scientific analysis of social conflicts and contradictions is analyzed. The study of the role of objective and subjective factors that cause them, in particular in Ukraine, is determined by the presence in its territory of potentially conflictual problems - political, legal, social, economic, cultural, linguistic, confessional, and others.

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Korneliuk Y. "Nature of legal conflict: phenomenological discussion" http://science.lpnu.ua/law/all-volumes-and-issues/volume-6-number-22-2019/nature-legal-conflict-phenomenological-discussion