Theory of Legal Science: Proceedings of the Conference on by Bert C. van Roermund (auth.), Aleksander Peczenik, Lars

By Bert C. van Roermund (auth.), Aleksander Peczenik, Lars Lindahl, Bert Van Roermund (eds.)

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Empirical progress is progress in which new special laws are added to the existing net, thus extending the theory to cover so-far unconquered classes of applications. Similarly, there can be normal-scientific progress within already established specialized theory-elements. This consists of clarification, of solutions to apparent anomalies, and of increased empirical support: it is showed that an ever increasing number of structures indeed are models_ of the specialized theory-elements. Theoretical progress occurs not when the net is extended to new classes of applications but when new more restricted laws are added.

For the complete report, see Aarnio et al. (1984) • Kuhn (1970), viii. Kuhn (1970), 182 ff. This term has been suggested by Zuleta Puceiro (1984) • Kuhn (1970), 7. Emphasis added by AA. , 1980). In relation to the the original Kuhnian conceptual framework, i t should be pointed out that in legal dogmatics it may be difficult to distinguish symbolic generalizations and shared models as elements of the dogmatic matrix from each other. However, various sorts of symbolic generalizations in legal dogmatics do seem to serve a function in upholding and transmitting these model construals.

Transl. J. Vernengo. Mexico: UNAM, 1981, p. 89. : "Teoria juridica y crisis de legi timaci6n" , in Anua rio Argentino de Filosof fa Juridica y Social, 2 (1983). Peczenik: The basis of legal justification. Lund, 1983, p. l30. : Sociologia de la sociologia. Transl. M. Horne. Buenos Aires: Amorrortu, 1977, p. 69. : Politics language and time, Essays on political thought and history. New York: Atheneum, 1973, pp. : Paradigms and revolutions. Applications and appraisal of Thomas Kuhn's philosophy of science.

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