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4 — Subdivisions of the discipline of legal theory1

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The roots of legal science are the paths to it, considered generally, and the manner of using them in evidentiary inquiry, as well as what follows from that. By ‘the manner of using them in evidentiary inquiry’ we mean the prioritizing of some pieces of evidence before others. By ‘what follows from that’ we mean the status of those who engage in diligent inquiry.

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The roots of legal science fall under the following headings:

5 — Types of speech
6 — Commands and prohibitions
7 — General and particular expressions
8 — Summarized, clarified, apparent, and reinterpreted speech
9 — Actions
10 — Abrogating and abrogated speech
12 — Consensus
13 — Reports
14 — Analogy
15 — Forbiddance and permission
16 — The prioritizing of evidence
17 — The characteristics of the issuer of legal opinions and the seeker of legal opinions
18 — The status of those who engage in diligent inquiry

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Notes

  1. This paragraph, which lays out the structure of the rest of the treatise, is the source of all but one of the headings I insert into the text below. ↩
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Source: http://waraqat.vishanoff.com/e/e4/