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Critical Concepts of the State and their Significance for Russian Jurisprudence: Introduction to the Problem
LEX RUSSICA (РУССКИЙ ЗАКОН)
The state is for the most part a key political concept in the minds of lawyers. It is often "devoid" of history: they use the same term to name ancient and modern political associations (Polis, Republic, Empire, national state), without noticing the fundamental difference between them. The paper emphasizes the difference between "universalist" and "critical" approaches to the state. The former seeks to see the birth of the state in the second Millennium BC, trying to link the emergence of lawdoi:10.17803/1729-5920.2020.163.6.122-138 fatcat:ehh7r53dmrh5jmp2onb4w5oowy