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Fundamentals of Jurisprudence - The Indian Approach

Fundamentals of Jurisprudence - The Indian Approach

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In presenting the Third Edition of the FUNDAMENTALS OF JURISPRUDENCE— THE INDIAN APPROACH the author has Carefully retained the form and content of its earlier edition and further infused it with varying Indian responses to new Emerging challenges and changes of the twenty-first century juristic Developments. The hall-mark of this work is to resurrect, represent restate Indian legal theory so that it pursues and make a useful study of our contemporary social values, ideals and on the matrix of present needs and future expectations and above all in the interest of cementing the Indian spirit. The thrust this work is to reflect on Indian legal theory with
Indian slant so it pursues and make a meaningful examination, assessment and evaluation of our present juristic developments
in the back-drop of existing developments. It must be borne in mind that like other Social sciences legal theory in India ought to reflect cob-webs of Indian spirit, unity and solidarity. It cannot be carbon copy of the American or English jurisprudence. The Indian Jurisprudence must have its roots deep in the Indian soil but at the same time be open to new healthy winds of change in order to move with times but always keeping in mind our heritage, roots and future expectations. No legal theory much less the Indian can be devoid of its moral overtones and social tolerance towards all even those who differ with our way of life in the making of new India with a humane social, political and legal order. As I remarked in its earlier edition 'when India is at the door-step of twenty-first century it become necessary to dilate, discuss and expound the new emerging dimensions of Indian Jurisprudence which go far-beyond and much
deeper than the so-called western legal philosophy and legal concepts like Hart-Fuller law-morality problem Kelsenian Grundnorm, Poundian theory of interest, Rawlsion concept of justice etc. The paradigms of morality, human dignity and freedom, of course, can never have a road-end as it is a ceaseless, dynamic and ever evolving principle in response to new needs and times.
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Contents
Chapter 1.    Jurisprudence - Problem of Definition
Chapter 2.    Indian Legal Theory - past and Present
Chapter 3.    Nature of Jurisprudence - Schools  Re-examined
Chapter 4.    Nature law
Chapter 5.    Nature law - Indian Concept
Chapter 6.    Conspectus of Justice - Indian Perception
Chapter 7.    Greek and Indian View of Justice
Chapter 8.    Analytical positivism
Chapter 9.    Analytical Positivism and Indian Legal System
Chapter 10.    Historical Jurisprudence
Chapter 11.    Sociological jurisprudence
Chapter 12.    The Realist School
Chapter 13.    Sociological Jurisprudence:Indian Perspective
Chapter 14.    Emerging Socio-Legal Realities - Jurisprudential paradigms
Chapter 15.    Sociological Jurisprudence:Indian judicial Response
Chapter 16.    Indian Jurisprudence - New Emerging Dimensions
Index
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Author Details
Prof. S. N. Dhyani, LL.M., Ph.D., Formerly Dean,
Head and Principle University studies in Law University of Rajasthan jaipur  
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