The Comparative Method in the Science of Law.
Rebet, Lev. Butler, William E., Editor and Translator. Kresin, O.V., Editor and Translator. The Comparative Method in the Science of Law. Clark, New Jersey: Talbot Publishing, 2022. xxiv, 203 pp. ISBN-13: 9781616196653; ISBN-10: 1616196653. Hardcover. New. $150. * A title in the JCL Studies in Comparative Law, Second Series. This study, previously unknown to the world of comparative law, may be considered to be the first monograph in the world devoted to the methodology of comparative jurisprudence. Submitted in 1947 and defended as a dissertation in 1948 at the Ukrainian Free University in the Ukrainian language, the author considered comparative law to be a method. In turn, he defined "method," following other scholars, as the targeted use of a complex of means of effectuating scientific research on the basis of previously determined rules which also provide the formulation of the concepts and forming of a systemic notion about the subject-matter of the research. Especially rich in its treatment of interwar German materials, this volume is a historical landmark in the history of comparative law. Lev Rebet [1912-1957] was a Professor at the Ukrainian Free University in Munich. William E. Butler is Academician at the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine and the National Academy of Legal Sciences of Ukraine; John Edward Fowler Distinguished Professor of Law, Penn State Dickinson Law; Emeritus Professor of Comparative Law, University of London. Oleksiy Kresin, is a Research Fellow, Center of Comparative, European, and International Law, University of Lausanne; Secretary-General, Ukrainian Association of Comparative Jurisprudence; Associate, International Academy of Comparative Law; President, National Committee, International Association of Legal Sciences.
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