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Volume 72, 2019International Scientific Conference: “Achievements and Perspectives of Philosophical Studies” (APPSCONF-2019)
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|28 November 2019
To the problem of the hermeneutics of the legal foundations of philosophy
Saratov State University, department of philosophy, 410012, Saratov, Russia
* Corresponding author: Kosyhinvg@gmail.com
In a certain sense, law and philosophy equally claim to be the fundamental basis of human activity. The present paper examines the problem of possible common field of interpretation for philosophical and legal hermeneutics, where a situation of mutual convergence could overcome a potential “conflict of interpretations”. The interpretive nature of truth in hermeneutics reveals a multiplicity of possible foundations both in the principles of philosophy and in the concepts and norms of law. Hence, the main common task of philosophical and legal hermeneutics is the creation of a new sense of legality. The right is the establishment of some boundaries. But the philosophy is to put any boundaries and grounds in question, including the question of its own right. Therefore, the problem of legal philosophy inevitably leads us to questions about the right of philosophy and the right to philosophy.
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