The School of Analytical Jurisprudence and Its Connections with Pandectism



The purpose of analytical jurisprudence is to construct by means of classification of jural notions a universal framework for the legal systems in developed states. Such a classification is based on the presupposition, that law is an aggregate of logically interdependent rules. The use of such a classification has never been doubted when intended for teaching purposes. Analytical jurisprudence however was considered and is still considered by a great number of today’s lawyers, as useless for the purpose of enabling lawyers to find their law. Nowadays and still more in the future, when legal practitioners will use computers for finding their law more quickly, a change will take place: there cannot be any computerization without classification.


Legal System Stricto Sensu Teaching Purpose Historical School Philosophical School 
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