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Title: Axiological Determinants of Cognition of Law
Other Titles: Аксіологічні детермінанти пізнання права
Authors: Kudin S.V.
Shevchenko A.Ye.
Nikolenkо M.B.
Malyshev B.V.
Kunenko I.S.
Кудін С.В.
Шевченко А.Є.
Николенко М.В.
Малишев Б.В.
Куненко І.С.
Keywords: Law
Axiological approach
Anthropological approach
Human
Legal values
Justice
Human rights
право
аксіологічний підхід
антропологічний підхід
людина
правові цінності
Issue Date: 2021
Publisher: Studies of Applied Economics. Special Issue : Development of a Market Economy in the context of the Global Financial Crisis.
Citation: Axiological Determinants of Cognition of Law [Електронний ресурс] / A. E. Shevchenko, S. V. Kudin, M. B. Nikolenko, B. V. Malyshev, I. S. Kunenko // Studies of Applied Economics. Special Issue : Development of a Market Economy in the context of the Global Financial Crisis. – 2021. – Vol. 39-9. – Pежим доступу : http://ojs.ual.es/ojs/index.php/eea/article/view/5764
Series/Report no.: Vol. 39-9.
Abstract: The purpose of this article is to distinguish the value determinants of cognition of law. The article reveals that the modern understanding of the term “law” is characterized by axiological and anthropological approaches to its cognition; founds out that the human legal value has an integral-synthesizing character to all other values and, as a result, is embodied in the absolute legal value and inherent worth; establishes that the human dimension of law has become the result and, at the same time, the source of value-legal human understanding, which indicates the value of law and its axiological characteristics.
Актуальність досліджуваної проблеми обумовлена необхідністю теоретичного обґрунтування аксіологічних детермінантів пізнання права як складової частини правового прогресу, що включає гуманізацію права. Мета статті полягає у визначенні ціннісних детермінантів пізнання права. Провідними методологічними підходами дослідження є аксіологічний та антропологічний підходи, які дозволяють розглянути феномен права як ціннісну складову життєдіяльності людини, і яке знаходиться в нерозривному взаємозв’язку з людською особистістю. У статті виявлено, що особливістю сучасного розуміння поняття «право» є його осмислення з позицій аксіологічного та антропологічного підходів; з’ясовано, що правова цінність людини має інтегрально-синтезуючий характер по відношенню до всіх інших цінностей, і внаслідок цього втілюється в абсолютну правову цінність і самоцінність людини; встановлено, що людський вимір права став результатом, і, одночасно, джерелом ціннісно-правового людинорозуміння, що є відображенням цінності права та його аксіологічних характеристик.
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