The collection of essays presents an overview of the development of the analytical legal philosophy. Author focuses on the analysis of some arguments made by the analytical legal philosophers regarding the linguistic content of legal rules or formulation of the significant judgments about the linguistic nature of legal reality, as well as critical arguments and interpretation of the arguments of W. Quine in legal epistemology.
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Anton Didikin, Doctor of Philosophy,
Higher School of Economics (Department of Law, Professor); Institute of State and Law of Russian Academy of Sciences (Department of Legal Philosophy, Legal Theory and Legal History, Leading Researcher); Moscow, Russian Federation