THE DOCTRINE OF LEGAL PERSONALITY IN DISSERTATION RESEARCH IN RUSSIA (XIX - EARLY XX CENTURIES)
Author(s): Baburin Sergey Nikolaevich..., Mordovtsev Andrey Yurievich
Rubric: Constitutional and municipal law
Release: 2018-4 (18)
Keywords: legal personality, dissertation, civil law, state law, Russian Empire, university
Annotation: The article deals with master’s and doctoral dissertations in various branches of science (first of all under state law), in which the author chose certain issues of the legal personality doctrine as a subject of research, and defended in Russian imperial universities during the 19th and early 20th centuries. The main goal of the authors in the analysis of these works was to investigate with the help of the comparative-historical method, as well as formal-logical techniques, the main tasks, content, and the results obtained by pre-revolutionary jurists, who were represented by them in the forms of scientific knowledge. There were a very small number of studies on the subject and that was due to the level of domestic legal science in the XIX century in Russia. Substantiated the continuation of the study of the results of dissertation research on the problems of legal personality in the Soviet and post-Soviet period with the aim of preparing an information base for making historically based law-making government decisions.
Bibliography: Baburin SE.NI., Mordovtsev AN.YU. THE DOCTRINE OF LEGAL PERSONALITY IN DISSERTATION RESEARCH IN RUSSIA (XIX - EARLY XX CENTURIES) // Jurisprudence. – 2018. – № 4 (18). – С. 16-22. doi: 10.21777/2587-9472-2018-4-16-22