What does ANALYTICAL JURISPRUDENCE mean?

ANALYTICAL JURISPRUDENCE meaning in Law Dictionary

a philosophy of legislation caused by analysing and contrasting numerous legal concepts and does not depend upon anybody concept or present principles or rules.


ANALYTICAL JURISPRUDENCE meaning in Philosophy Dictionary

Theory of Austin, Markby, Holland, Salmond, etc., deciding on jurisprudence the formal research of positive legislation. Its main task is evaluate the required notions of law. Term coined by Henry Summertime Maine. -- W.E.