Jusrisprudence

Medical Negligence an Indian Perspective

This article was written by: Udayanta Das, Sanjucta Das, and Soumyadeep Das from AUK STATEMENT OF PURPOSE In current medical practice, the essential fundamental remaining parts “cause no damage.” Yet, occurrences of clinical carelessness are accidental oversights or purposeful acts of neglect that outcome in mischief to patients appear to challenge the sacredness of this …

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Best Jurisprudence law books for LLB students

List of Jurisprudence books for LLB Students

Introduction Jurisprudence derives from a Latin word “Juris Prudentia” meaning “skills or knowledge of the law” which emerged with the knowledge of philosophy, science, and study of law depending on social facts deciding while making interpretations thereof. This subject basically contains the pros and cons of codification of laws, judicial interpretations, and reasonings Jurisprudence law …

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What is the Deterrent Theory of Punishment

What is the Deterrent Theory of Punishment?

Deterrent means to dissuade; it attempts to dissuade wicked minds from taking the incorrect and illegal route. Among the five theories of punishment in criminal jurisprudence, namely, deterrent, retributive, preventive, reformative, and expiatory, this particular theory imposes dreadful consequences, i.e. punitive actions against the wrongdoer, in order to curb the menaces of would-be evildoers and …

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Theories of Punishment in the Indian Legal Jurisprudence

Theories of Punishment in the Indian Legal Jurisprudence

The Indian Legal Jurisprudence has come a long way in evolving its way of punishment for offences. From the peculiar feature of Hindu legal system to punish according to one’s caste or social position to the rules of Mughal and then eventually adapting to the English model through the British, we now have a much …

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Jurisprudence: Nature and Concept of Law strictlylegal

Jurisprudence: Nature and Concept of Law

In this article, we will discuss the concept of law under the blanket cover of Jurisprudence. We’ll read how the various philosophers and their schools of thought defined law. Introduction to the concept of law and Jurisprudence Jurisprudence as a science of law (Read: What is Law?) is primarily concerned with regulations of human conduct …

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Jurisprudence: It’s nature and scope

Jurisprudence deals with why the questions, rather than what the questions are. For example, the law might state that the death penalty will be imposed on anyone who intentionally kills any person. The why question involves asking whether intent should be a requirement? Or whether the death penalty is ever appropriate? Introduction Jurisprudence in its …

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