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GOVT 345 Quiz 5: Historical and Anthropological Jurisprudence

  1. The colonial imposition of law onto the original native system is a good example of legal pluralism.
  2. Critics of Savigny nevertheless agree with his assessment of legislation. The legislature is the perfect place to unite multiple voices.
  3. Malinowski said primitive societies are stagnant and lack any kind of civil order.
  4. Historical jurisprudence is perhaps the most abstract and impenetrable school.
  5. Legal realists balk at Savigny’s ethereal Volkgeist.
  6. Savigny said the law is not arbitrary but a reaction of the “common consciousness”.
  7. Savigny applauded Bentham’s call for codification.
  8. The practice of sharia law in Western immigrant communities is a good example of legal pluralism.
  9. For Maine, earlier societies based status on privilege whereas modern societies permit people the liberty to change their status through contract
  10. According to Bohannon, norms are intelligible oughts that become customs which sometimes become a universal law.
  11. Hoebel and Llewellyn’s study of the Algonquin is considered a historical achievement but failed to make any distinction between law and other forms of social regulation.
  12. Legal pluralism suggests that two legal or quasi-legal systems can exist in parallel.
  13. For Leopold Pospisil, primitive practices could in no way be compared to civilized law.
  14. Historical jurisprudence says laws are a reaction of culture and change over time.
  15. Savigny absolutely opposed legislation as a Volkgeist killer.
  16. Bohannon is known for his “double institutionalization” concept.
  17. Holmes was a legal realist who saw the law as a great anthropological document.
  18. Perhaps the biggest criticism of Maine is that he was too elitist. He had an elitist perspective and gave the elite credit for social progress.
  19. Bohannon studied the Tiv people of Nigeria.
  20. Some critics of Savigny say his Volkgeist and “common consciousness” are too monolithic and fail to take into account the marginalized.

Other sets

Set 1

  1. The colonial imposition of law onto the original native system is a good example of legal pluralism.
  2. Major contributors to historical jurisprudence include Foucault and Ross.
  3. Historical jurisprudence says laws are a reflection of culture and change over time.
  4. Legal realists balk at Savigny’s ethereal Volkgeist.
  5. Bohannon studied the Tiv people of Nigeria.
  6. Hoebel and Llewellyn’s study of the Algonquin is considered a historical achievement but failed to make any distinction between law and other forms of social regulation.
  7. Savigny absolutely opposed legislation as a Volkgeist killer.
  8. Legal pluralism suggests that two legal or quasi-legal systems can exist in parallel.
  9. For Pospisil, discussing law outside the context of the existence of the state was ridiculous.
  10. Historical jurisprudence is synonymous with sociological jurisprudence.
  11. Savigny said the law is not arbitrary but a reflection of the “common consciousness”.
  12. Anthropological jurisprudence is the cross-cultural study of social order, particularly in pre- or proto-law societies.
  13. Like Kelsen, Holmes would reject the intrusion of anthropology into the analytical study of law.
  14. Some critics of Savigny say his Volkgeist and “common consciousness” are too monolithic and fail to take into account the marginalized.
  15. Holmes was a legal realist who saw the law as a great anthropological document.
  16. Like historical jurisprudence, anthropological jurisprudence assumes evolution and therefore is of no value to a Christian.
  17. Anthropological jurisprudence is synonymous with historical jurisprudence.
  18. Malinowski said primitive societies are stagnant and lack any kind of civil order.
  19. Historical jurisprudence is perhaps the most abstract and impenetrable school.
  20. Savigny was a Romanticist who believed the law was located in the Grundnorm.

Set 2

  1. Hoebel and Llewellyn’s study of the Algonquin is considered a historical achievement but failed to make any distinction between law and other forms of social regulation.
  2. Perhaps the biggest criticism of Maine is that he was too elitist. He had an elitist perspective and gave the elite credit for social progress.
  3. Like Kelsen, Holmes would reject the intrusion of anthropology into the analytical study of law.
  4. Savigny applauded Bentham’s call for codification.
  5. Legal pluralism suggests that two legal or quasi-legal systems can exist in parallel.
  6. The colonial imposition of law onto the original native system is a good example of legal pluralism.
  7. Critics of Savigny nevertheless agree with his assessment of legislation. The legislature is the perfect place to unite multiple voices.
  8. Historical jurisprudence is perhaps the most abstract and impenetrable school.
  9. Savigny was a Romanticist who believed law was located in the Grundnorm.
  10. The practice of sharia law in Western immigrant communities is a good example of legal pluralism.
  11. According to Savigny, calls for codification come when society is at its most vibrant or when it is in decline.
  12. For Pospisil, discussing law outside the context of the existence of the state was ridiculous.
  13. According to Bohannon, norms are intelligible oughts that become customs which sometimes become a universal law.
  14. Savigny absolutely opposed legislation as a Volkgeist killer.
  15. Major contributors to historical jurisprudence include Foucault and Ross.
  16. Historical jurisprudence says laws are a reflection of culture and change over time.
  17. Anthropological jurisprudence is the cross-cultural study of social order, particularly in pre- or proto-law societies.
  18. Bohannon is known for his “double institutionalization” concept.
  19. Gluckman’s conclusions about the Lozi were universally accepted.
  20. Some critics of Savigny say his Volkgeist and “common consciousness” are too monolithic and fail to take into account the marginalized.

Set 3

  1. Malinowski said primitive societies are stagnant and lack any kind of civil order.
  2. Legal pluralism suggests that two legal or quasi-legal systems can exist in parallel.
  3. Savigny was a Romanticist who believed the law was located in the Grundnorm.
  4. Historical jurisprudence is perhaps the most abstract and impenetrable school.
  5. According to Savigny, calls for codification come when society is at its most vibrant or when it is in decline.
  6. Like historical jurisprudence, anthropological jurisprudence assumes evolution and therefore is of no value to a Christian.
  7. Historical jurisprudence says laws are a reflection of culture and change over time.
  8. Holmes was a legal realist who saw the law as a greatthe  anthropological document.
  9. Gluckman’s conclusions about the Lozi were universally accepted.
  10. For Pospisil, discussing law outside the context of the existence of the state was ridiculous.
  11. Bohannon is known for his “double institutionalization” concept.
  12. Critics of Savigny nevertheless agree with his assessment of legislation. The legislature is the perfect place to unite multiple voices.
  13. Some critics of Savigny say his Volkgeist and “common consciousness” are too monolithic and fail to take into account the marginalized.
  14. Historical jurisprudence is synonymous with sociological jurisprudence.
  15. The colonial imposition of law onto the original native system is a good example of legal pluralism.
  16. For Maine, earlier societies based status on privilege whereas modern societies permit people the liberty to change their status through contract.
  17. Savigny said the law is not arbthe itrary but a reflection of the “common consciousness”.
  18. Major contributors to historical jurisprudence include Foucault and Ross.
  19. Perhaps the biggest criticism of Maine is that he was too elitist. He had an elitist perspective and gave the elite credit for social progress.
  20. Savigny absolutely oppation as a Volkgeist killer.

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