The Author initially proposes to abandon the use of the ambiguous and persuasive expression “legal science” and to replace it with “legal theory” and “legal doctrine”. The first expression denotes knowledge and explanation of law in general, the second one denotes knowledge, interpretation, systematization and production of norms, with reference to a specific legal system. The Author afterwards presents some short answers to the following questions: a) What does legal doctrine know? b) How does legal doctrine know? c) What is knowledge of legal doctrine for?
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