The Paradigms for Distinguishing between Private Law and Public Law
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To conclude the above discussion it needs to be stressed that it is extremely important to try to find the borders between public law and private law. These borders should be searched for by way of improving the existing type models. The practical example of using the typology method in the Polish legal doctrine is the assessment of the character of property dispossession claim. The presented example clearly indicates the degree to which social sciences are interconnected. The change in social attitudes indirectly affects the general philosophy, which in turn reflects in legal philosophy. The change of a paradigm in legal philosophy, for example a switch from legal natural paradigm to positivist paradigm steadily reveals itself in the paradigm of dogmatic sciences, e.g. in the used methods of interpretation (and their respective value) and the division of more detailed sciences. Social sciences paradigms influence one another and are closely interconnected.
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