General Theory of Law
The General Theory of Law occupies a special place in the system of legal studies, as it is a comprehensive, fundamental, encyclopedic, methodological, and practical legal discipline. This fundamental academic discipline forms the basis for the study of specialized disciplines and other legal sciences as well as defines the main legal categories and concepts. The course constitutes an attempt to rethink the historical origin (genesis), development and functioning of law. It explores the main approaches to legal understanding, considers the relationship between law and human, law and society, law and the state. It covers the main issues of the dogma of law: implementation and application of law, methods of interpretation of law, offenses and legal liability.