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Deryugina S.R. Justice as a principle of law and cornerstone of forming lawful behavior

DOI: https://doi.org/10.15688/lc.jvolsu.2017.1.13

Sofya R. Deryugina

3rd Year Student, the Law Department, Volgograd Institute for the Humanities, Gribanova St., 12, 400011 Volgograd, Russian Federation, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.


Introduction: the problem of justice and its relationship with the law has been an actual problem since the ancient times. One of the purposes of the legal regulation is a compromise between the subjective justice and objective law (the law respectively, which embodies the right) for the consolidation of the social groups and the society as a whole. However, justice is always subjective. The law can never fully express and realize the absolute justice, because there are no ideas of justice which are common to all citizens. The objective of the study is to analyze the correlation of the categories of justice and legitimacy and their impact on the legal education of children and youth. The scientific methods used are the following (logical, systematic and functional) and private law methods (formal and legal, comparative legal ones). Results: there has been considered the concept of justice, the problem of its impact on the law as a whole, and on the legal education of children and youth. There has been raised the problem of correlation of the subjective and objective justice and the possibility of reflecting this principle in law. There has been proved the mutual influence of law and justice. There have been indicated the obstacles to the creation of no discriminating laws for the whole society. There have been made the conclusions on the impact of understanding the justice of the laws on the process of the legal education of children and youth. There have been determined the reasons that prevent the creation of an ideal model of law based on justice. There has been reasoned that law can only express common justice (and then, ideally), i.e., the justice of the society as a whole, or the justice for the certain social groups.

Keywords: justice, legitimacy, legal education, law, right, subjective and objective aspects in law.

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