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The study of terms and their use.

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I think what you are looking for is called Legal Interpretivism, which, unlike Legal Positivism (which asserts that laws are distinct from morality), asserts that laws are based on morality, and that …
answered Jun 16 by SmootQ
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The conclusion does not necessarily follow from the premises : Premise 1: If A then B ( is equivalent to A implies B) Premise 2: If B then A (is equivalent to B implies A). Conclusion : therefore …
answered Jun 14 by SmootQ