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jurisprudence

 [jo̳r″is-proo´dens]
the science of the law.
medical jurisprudence the science of the law as applied to the practice of medicine; see also forensic medicine.

jur·is·pru·dence

(jūr'is-prū'dens),
The science of law, its principles and concepts.
[L. juris prudentia, knowledge of law]

jurisprudence

The science of law. Medical jurisprudence is another term for FORENSIC MEDICINE.

jur·is·pru·dence

(jūr'is-prū'dĕns)
Legal principles and concepts.
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Although Simon-Shoshan acknowledges that a specific legal form does not necessarily always reflect a single and particular jurisprudential theory, he maintains that in cases when an apodictic text reflects a narrative conception or vice versa, a dialogue is "generated by the at times uneasy relationship between the form that a Mishnaic law takes and the motivations that appear to underlie the ruling." Presumably, texts whose literary forms do not reflect the anticipated jurisprudential theory are rare exceptions to the rule that apodictic texts reflect apodictic conceptions and narrative texts narrative conceptions; otherwise, Simon-Shoshan's very presupposition of the link between literary form and jurisprudential theory would be at risk.
(Root points out the glaring irony of this jurisprudential approach in Chief Justice John Roberts' decisive vote upholding the validity of Obamacare by deferring to the will of Congress.
The publication of jurisprudential thesis 43/2015 follows a series of decisions in which the court ruled that the laws of several states prohibiting gay marriage violated the Constitution.
Finally, eschewing the ultimate efficacy of law even while embracing its necessity in combating temporal injustices, we must trust: "It is our faith that our efforts will not ultimately be in vain." (26) In a finish to his jurisprudential autobiography, Robert concludes:
The book is less a recounting of the major signposts on the road to the modern administrative state than it is a fascinating discussion of the jurisprudential and practical considerations around delegating power to commissions, agencies, and other specialists.
Most of Jurisprudential in term of divorce words said it means to tear up or breakup the marriage relationship [6].
Interestingly, the first several chapters of the book are in some ways a defence of the royal prerogative and its general flexibility in areas like treaty-making and security and military strategy against restraints increasingly put on it by various jurisprudential developments.
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