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Skip to main content. Log In Sign Up. Paulo Roberto Ramos Alves. In other words, the relationship between law and morality does not point to a neutral relation to the moral law, but shows a traffic moral elements via legislative process into the law.
So, moral norms are intended for regulation iheering interpersonal relations and legal rules. The need for integration of Germanic law for consideration of evaluative elements in the ruling, the problem of interpretation has always been present, shifting the center of gravity of legal theory as the reality of each historical moment.
From jurisprudence of concepts for the evaluative logic, the law has been experiencing for decades, buildings which wants to highlight the legal phenomenon3 sometimes as a logical system, which aims at the protection of interests, or sometimes as a system that is aimed at carrying of values.
With a sparse planning right sources, lacking order or hierarchy sufficiently clear and precise, and integrated the right of pandectas4, the German positive law had to be extremely insufficient and contradictory. The Jurisprudence of Concepts was the solution found for integrating the legal system, not based on positive norms5, but rather by certain ideals conceptual categories, certain objective concepts to which the judge, to decide, should observe.
Enfim, hermeneutics urdolf no method for a simple reason: Editora Revista dos Tribunais, Corpo de Direito Civil. Primeira Parte do Digesto ou das Pandectas. Primeiro Livro 30 Decemberin: Teoria pura do direito. Given the problem of integration of the dereco system, and the recurring need to derrcho the science of law, the case law of Concepts, the hands of Georg Friedrich Puchta, transform the legal discourse in a logical conceptual system, piramidal mente hierarchical, culminating in a construction provided with extremely subjective6.
Thus, rudolr Jurisprudence of Concepts emerges as an opportunity to build a systematic legal knowledge by giving up such systematization by linking the components of the legal system to a unitary concept. This fni assumes that all conceptual elements come from the same source, a supreme concept that defines all the rest.
Based on a ruolf concept and its own criteria of rationality, the Jurisprudence of Concepts seeks to demonstrate the legal operation by means of a conceptual pyramid, where on its top there is the concept with the highest level of generalization, from which are subsumed all underlying. Thus, the concepts derived always report to the originating, enabling thus a system of logical and formal rules extremely functional, without contradictions and without gaps7.
Le central problem for the Jurisprudence of Concepts was precisely the location fel a principle that was so general and omniabarcador where he could deduce, from it, all other legal concepts8.
Thus, every right necessarily make reference to such supreme concept, follow from this all possibility of applying the law to the case.
Thus, the Jurisprudence of Concepts is founded on the idea dsl mechanistic interpretation ovn the law, that is, it teaches that for a given situation and a given set of legal norms, there is one and only one possible outcome, given the legal science and concepts previously extracted from the standard, regardless of the subjectivity of the interpreter, and such construction shows great weaknesses.
The Jurisprudence of the Concepts can be understood as a limitation mechanism to judge the mere subsumption of factual matters at predetermined legal concepts, including the right as a systematic speech.
Sistema e estrutura no direito.
In contrast to a conceptual closure of the legal system, the “Free Law Movement” advocated that all the ruling was not a mere application of the existing law, but also a legal process free directed the creation of the right.
For this school, the law could not create a completed law, and this would seem just like the beginning of the path of building the legal system.
Thus, the tone of the liberal discourse rightly focuses on the problem of gaps in the law, moving the center of gravity of the debate on an alleged – and complete – legal system for the recognition of the wide existence of legal loopholes and the role of the judge against such problems are not regulated by law9.
Clearly influenced by the second phase of the thought of Ihering10, the school of interests develops the hands of Philipp Heck, which is come against the formal-logical methodology conceptualist, 9 LOSANO, Mario Giuseppe.
See Ihering, Rudolf von. El fin en el derecho. Such is the law of causality: For brevity, I’ll call immediately the first purpose, to indicate so, by the same name, that the ultimate cause is the only psychological reason of the will.
While the mechanical causality law, the term causal law will suffice to designate it henceforth. This law, in the latter sense, can be iheirng thus: It is the usual expression: The Jurisprudence of Interests arises from the recognition of crisp problems presented by the jurisprudence of concepts, as well as the need to balance strict formalistic requirements and sociological ideals.
Early in his interpretation of the law and Jurisprudence of Interests, Heck protests against the problem of conceptualist current when it states that the aforementioned theory no longer finds advocates and increasingly relies on favorable positions to an expansion of interpretive freedom of judges Based on a historical methodology, Heck points to the need for interpretative ways that take into account the interests of the legislature when enacting certain law.
This historical and teleological interpretation points to the fact that the judge “should seek rather the externalized thoughts or disclosed through legislation, but its retrospective action should go further, to the decisive interests of the law, the ihsring interests. Legislative commands therefore characterized in a double-sided, that is intended to solve the problems and concerns also present as products of interest.
This means that all current legal commands are products of interest that arise in a given community, whether religious, political, ethical, iherng Therefore, the gravitational center of Jurisprudence Interests is rightly placed from the dercho decision, is engaged to his will as causal rudllf of interest.
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The border between the Jurisprudence of interests and Jurisprudence of Values is rightly places from the view of the impossibility of that interest that historically moved the legislature. Therefore, the Jurisprudence of Values joins the Jurisprudence of Interests, seeking to identify the source of the values that guide the judgment at times when the norm, by itself, is unable to provide criteria for the assessment of the case After ferecho Second World War, influenced principally by the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, the legal world is watching the growing building a legal movement founded on the recognition of a value order, mirrored by an alleged framework of values present in the Constitutions.
It’s interesting remember that this current also served to legitimize the German Basic Law Grundgesetz behold, the Charter was not established through the broad participation of the people, as demonstrated Streck when he explains BVerfG’s efforts to enable opening of right front an extremely closed normative framework: In effect, in the years following the consecration dell the Basic Law, there has been considerable effort by the Bundesverfassungsgericht to legitimize letter had not been built by the broad participation of the German people.
Hence the assertion of a distinct justice of lex, ie the invocation arguments rudlof would appeal to the Court the decision-making criteria were outside the rigid framework of legality. The reference values thus appears as a mechanism of “opening” of an extremely closed legality The German Federal Constitutional Court, thus, served as a legitimizing middle of the Basic Law in the postwar period. As shown Streck, the Jurisprudence of Values has just invoking arguments beyond the hard limit of legality, bringing the possibility of legal practice interpretive opening from an evaluative framework of the Constitution itself.
Habermas’ theory is rightly objected to this tendency to an embodiment of iherung values. Modern law, for Habermas, is characterized precisely by the democratic possibility. Based on a discursive-procedural democratic principle, the intellectual heir of the Frankfurt School conceive a legal system dependent on an ideal 15 LOSANO, Sistema e estrutura no direito.
In turn, the validity of the right related to the State. To defend democracy, Habermas believes that the validity of the procedures depends on levels of autonomy of the subject of gudolf and harmonization between popular sovereignty ihring human rights. Even though there are points in common, law and morality are distinguished because that morality is ovn form of cultural knowledge, while the right becomes mandatory from their inclusion at the institutional level.
The complementary relationship between law and morality points to the formation of such regulatory frameworks, ie, moral precepts join the legal system at the time of enactment of a specific law. The legislator internalized moral precepts when considers to propose certain legal and regulatory control. This means that the moral precepts enter in Law, but the moment you become part of the rule of law, we can no longer speak of moral either on moral grounds dsl, but only in Law.
This complementary relationship depends on the very legitimacy of law. Through the components of legitimacy and legal validity, the right acquires a relationship with morale. However, this relationship should not lead rkdolf to make entitlement to moral in the sense of a hierarchy of norms. The idea that there is a hierarchy of laws is part of the pre-modern world of law. The autonomous moral and positive law, which depends to state reasons, are in a mutual complementary relationship Therefore, moral norms are aimed iheering regulating interpersonal relationships and conflicts between individuals who recognize themselves as members of a specific community, addressing life individually, as his life story.
Habermas begins his criticism of the Jurisprudence values: The question of the legitimacy and competence emerges as a critical backdrop of the policy realization of constitutional rucolf values, and this idea of fair values exceed the sphere of competence of the courts. The decision, as it lhering dependent on foreign criteria to the democratically produced laws, behold, the values are built based on the Court’s own intelligence.
The statement Habermas that the Court can become an authoritative instance concerns precisely this aspect, because, after all, benchmarks criteria of the judgment would then depend on a centered rationality solely on the Court’s understanding of this alleged order values, in defiance of reality, to use the expression of Dworkin23, “a righteous and coherent legal system.
In the wake of Dworkin, Habermas asserts that: The author agrees that the jurisprudence of the valuation rests “in the tables of subjectivity paradigm”25, where the legal text would demonstrate just the beginning of an evaluative chain, and these values should be discovered by the interpreter.
Streck advocates therefore the effectiveness of constitutional jurisdiction for the substantialist and republican formno longer accept any kind of decisionism. The problem of consideration of values is precisely the fact that the understanding of the existence of an alleged value order flows into the known problem of judicial activism. The main criticism of Habermas, however, focuses on a dreaded affront to democracy.
In this respect, it is also interesting Dworkin’s thesis on the historicity, consistency and integrity of right when he says that “deciding on controversial cases on the right is more or less like this strange literary exercise. The similarity is most evident when judges examine and decide cases of Common Law, that is. When no law occupies a central position on the legal issue and the argument revolves around what rules or principles of law ‘underlying’ decisions of other judges in the past on similar matters.
Each judge then is as a rin in the chain.
It should read all that other judges have written in the past, not only to discover what they said, or his state of mind when they said, but to reach an opinion on what these judges made collectively, the way each of our novelists formed an opinion on the collective novel written so far.
Any required to decide a claim referee will discover, if you look in the appropriate books, records of many plausibly similar cases, decided for decades or even centuries for many other judges, styles and judicial and different political philosophies, in periods in which the process and judicial conventions were different. When deciding the new case, every judge should be considered as a partner of a complex enterprise chain, which these numerous decisions, structures, conventions and practices are history; it’s your job to continue this story in the future through what he does now.
It should interpret what happened before because it has a responsibility to carry out the task at hand and not go in some new direction. Therefore, shall determine, in its sole judgment, the reason for the earlier decisions, which really are, taken as a whole, the purpose or the practice of the subject until then.
The Habermas fear is founded, then the tension between law and jurisprudence which happens to take place at the consideration of values. Streck, however, condemn the way this method of valuation was appropriated by Brazilian courts. In Brazil, there was a mistaken reception of the thesis of values and an equal incorrectness with respect to understanding the weighting values proposed by Alexy. The Brazilian practice goes up, then the understanding of an alleged value order and implements the wrong weighting enabling values, thus, unfair trials, proactive and dissonant toward reality principled constitutional, ie, the thesis of values empties into the subjectivist judgments and sometimes disconnected from social reality.
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The Evolution of the Aryanby Rudolph von Ihering; A. Drucker
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