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THÉORIE DU DROIT ET PHÉNOMÉNOLOGIE DU DROIT : JALONS D’UNE RÉCEPTION CRITIQUE AU XXe SIÈCLE

Cahiers N°29 - RRJ 2015-5

Benoît KANABUS

Centre de Philosophie du droit, Université catholique de Louvain

Abstract

Phenomenology’s attempt to seize the meaning of legal phenomenon is an admission of  failure among most legal theorists. This article aims to review the history of phenomenology of law’s reception in legal theory and the specific criticism developed by legal theorists themselves. We will consider : firstly, the false promises of German phenomenologists ; secondly, the superficiality of French phenomenology ; thirdly, the widespread discredit on phenomenology in legal world at the end of the 20th century.

Introduction
I. Les fausses promesses
II. La surface trompeuse
III. Le discrédit généralisé
CONCLUSION
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