“Empirismo Crítico” e os Estudos Jurídicos Críticos Norte-Americanos: paradoxo, programa ou caixa de Pandora?

David Max Trubek, John Esser

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Neste artigo, David Trubek e John Esser analisam a proposta de um “empirismo crítico” sugerido pelos acadêmicos do Seminário de Amherst nos Estados Unidos. Através da análise da produção intelectual desta vertente crítica, os autores identificam suas premissas epistemológicas e as semelhanças e divergências com a literatura de direito e sociedade. Por fim, sugerem um paradoxo entre os critérios de objetividade dos métodos empíricos e a abordagem crítica radical.

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Direito e sociedade; Empirismo crítico; Estudos jurídicos críticos

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.19092/reed.v1i1.14

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