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The Knowledge System of Jurisprudence and the Framework of “Jurisprudence”

Abstract: The jurisprudence in sense of a system of knowledge and disciplinary has both convergences and differences with jurisprudence in sense of the curriculum system. As a system of knowledge, jurisprudence circles around “what is law?” as its ultimate question, which consists of three approaches, viz., legal theory (the main point of view), legal philosophy and legal sociology. According to nature of questions, it can also be divided into three branches, that of legal conceptualism, legal epistemology and legal ethics. The curriculum system of jurisprudence is framed mainly in accordance with the knowledge system said above, and also tries to include interdisciplinary perspectives and other contiguous disciplinary. The curriculum in undergraduate stage includes Introduction to Jurisprudence and Fundamentals of Jurisprudence as core courses, and History of Western Legal Thoughts, Legal Sociology, Seminar on Jurisprudence as supporting courses. In graduate stage, we should have Anglo-American Legal Theory, German jurisprudence, Legal Methodology and Legal Ethics as main courses, and Topics on Jurisprudence and Studies on Classics in Jurisprudence as optional courses. Taking Introduction to Jurisprudence for undergraduate freshman for example, the contents of “Jurisprudence” are in urgent need of adjustment in accordance with the knowledge system and functional partitioning.

 

 

Key words: jurisprudence, the knowledge system of “Jurisprudence”, the curriculum system


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