JURISPRUDENCE & OTHER PRINCIPLE

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JURISPRUDENCE & OTHER PRINCIPLE by Mind Map: JURISPRUDENCE & OTHER PRINCIPLE

1. international law

2. JURISPRUDENCE+ PHILOSOPHY

2.1. is a state of future conjecture in every discipline in philosophy

2.1.1. what ought to be

2.2. V. Russell

2.2.1. what we already know

2.2.2. what we do not know

2.2.3. already exists-science

2.2.4. doesn't exists-philosophy

2.3. involves hypothecation,presumption & conjecture

2.3.1. hypothecation

2.3.1.1. life

2.3.1.2. social condition

2.3.1.3. rights

2.3.1.4. duties

3. JURISPRUDENCE+SOCIOLOGY

3.1. is a study of social problems

3.2. EX: criminology (theory of punishment)

3.2.1. it is a study of crime

3.2.2. it is criminology and not criminal law

4. JURISPRUDENCE+ECONOMY

4.1. the wealth and resources of country/region

4.1.1. production and consumption of goods and services

4.2. public finance

4.2.1. revenue law (common in jurisprudence)

4.3. is a strong force for most decisions by government, organisation/individuals

5. JURISPRUDENCE+SOCIOLOGY

5.1. study of social problems

5.2. examples of sociology

5.2.1. criminology

5.2.1.1. as deterrence to wrongdoer and society

5.2.1.2. to hold the justice

6. JURISPRUDENCE+PSYCHOLOGY

6.1. scientific study of the human mind and its functions

6.1.1. workers/employers' behaviour

6.1.2. criminal/professional criminal's behaviour

7. LEGAL PHILOSOPHY OF LAW

7.1. legal theory

7.1.1. legislation

7.1.1.1. scope of law

7.1.1.2. how the law is enforced

7.1.2. executive

7.1.2.1. how the law is enforced

7.1.3. judicial

7.1.3.1. how the law is given/decided

8. JURISPRUDENCE+POLITICAL SCIENCE

8.1. the branch of knowledge that deals with:

8.1.1. government systems

8.1.2. analysis of political activity and behavior

8.2. commonly in:

8.2.1. administrative law

8.2.2. constitutional law

9. LEGAL CONCEPT

9.1. highly technical concept

9.1.1. justice

9.1.2. morality

9.1.3. property

9.1.4. ownerships

10. JURISPRUDENCE AS SCIENCE

10.1. there is no exactness/certainty in jurisprudence

10.1.1. variables

10.1.1.1. social and economic conditions ( changing conditions)

10.1.1.2. different ideologies among the persons doing the experiments

10.2. social science

10.2.1. the scientific study of human society and social relationships

10.2.2. jurisprudence is considered as science because it is critical and analytical study of subject