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Friedrich Lachmayer Ljubljana, 15th March 2007

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  1. Structural Visualization of the Pure Theory of Law Friedrich Lachmayer Ljubljana, 15th March 2007

  2. Historical Position

  3. Pure Theory 19341 19602

  4. Pure Theory  very relevant Paradigmatical Change of Legal Theory and Juridical Methodology

  5. Pure Theory  New Juridical Methodology

  6. Pure Theory  New Terms and Concepts Norm Basic Norm Hierarchy of Norms Legal Act ….

  7. Pure Theory a great Intensity of the Text

  8. Pure Theory a great Intensity of the Text combined with a very clear Pre-textual Imagination

  9. Pure Theory NLD Natural Law Doctrine  1970 Rene Marcic

  10. Pure Theory NLD Natural Law Doctrine  1970 Rene Marcic

  11. Pure Theory L Log. Legal Logic 1951  Deontic Logic Georg Henrik von Wright Ilmar Tammelo Ota Weinberger Jürgen Rödig Hajime Yoshino

  12. Pure Theory L Inf. Legal Informatics 1970  Herbert Fiedler Leo Reisinger Alfred Schramm Erich Schweighofer Roland Traunmüller Maria Wimmer

  13. Pure Theory of Law

  14. Metalevel Pure Theory Rules Stage „Ought“ (Sollen)

  15. Metalevel Pure Theory Rules Stage „Ought“ (Sollen) „Is“ (Sein)

  16. Metalevel Rules Stage Stage

  17. Metalevel Rules Facts Stage

  18. Rules Facts Human Action

  19. Rules Conditions Behavior Consequences Facts Human Action

  20. Pure Theory

  21. 3 Kinds of Interpretation: • Facts • Norms • Texts Is (Sein)

  22. 1. Interpretation of Factual Reality Is (Sein)

  23. Situation, Facts

  24. Situation, Facts Interpretation

  25. Situation, Facts Meaning („Sinn“) Interpretation

  26. Situation, Facts Meaning („Sinn“) Interpretation Reaction

  27. Norm Situation, Facts Meaning („Sinn“) Interpretation Reaction

  28. Scheme of Interpretation Norm Situation, Facts Meaning („Sinn“) Interpretation Reaction

  29. Scheme of Interpretation Norm Situation, Facts Meaning („Sinn“) Interpretation Reaction

  30. Scheme of Interpretation Norm Terms Situation, Facts Meaning („Sinn“) Interpretation Reaction

  31. Scheme of Interpretation Norm Terms Modal Indifferent Substratum Situation, Facts Meaning („Sinn“) Interpretation Reaction

  32. Imposition of Meaning Deutung

  33. Is/Sein Facts

  34. Legal Interpretation of Facts Is/Sein

  35. Facts not interpreted Facts (only colour, no lines)

  36. subjective interpreted Facts subjektive Meaning/Sinn subj. Interpretation/Deutung

  37. Basic Norm Legal Norm objektive Meaning/Sinn Sein objective interpreted Facts

  38. Basic Norm Legal Norm objektive Meaning/Sinn Sein objective interpreted Facts subjective interpreted Facts Facts not interpreted Facts (only colour, no lines) subjektive Meaning/Sinn subj. Interpretation/Deutung

  39. 2. Interpretation of Legal Acts („Container“) Is (Sein)

  40. Substratum: Normative Content

  41. Substratum: Normative Content Interpretation

  42. Meaning: Valide Legal Act Interpretation

  43. Meaning: Valide Legal Act Interpretation Reaction

  44. Norm Meaning: Valide Legal Act Interpretation Reaction

  45. Scheme of Interpretation Norm Meaning: Valide Legal Act Interpretation Reaction

  46. Scheme of Interpretation Norm Meaning: Valide Legal Act Interpretation Reaction Basic Norm

  47. Scheme of Interpretation Norm Concept of Basic Norm Meaning: Valide Legal Act Interpretation Reaction Basic Hipothesis

  48. Scheme of Interpretation Norm 1. Interpretation of Facts Situation, Facts Meaning („Sinn“) Interpretation Reaction

  49. Scheme of Interpretation Norm 2. Interpretation of Norms Meaning: Valide Legal Act Interpretation Reaction Basic Norm

  50. 3. Interpretation of Legal Texts („Content“) Is (Sein)