This chapter focuses on the category of legal objects. Legal objects (e.g. claims and obligations) were discovered by the young phenomenologist Adolf Reinach in 1911. The first part of the chapter focuses on the reconstruction of the characteristics that distinguish them from other sorts of objects (physical, psychical and ideal). The second part of the chapter focuses on the structural peculiarities of claim and obligations: they are thetic objects, they have content, and they are fulfillable. Finally, the chapter distinguishes three different kinds of truths that hold good of legal objects: eidological truths, ideological truths, and nomological truths.

Legal objects: essence and existence

Lorini, Giuseppe
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Loddo, Olimpia Giuliana
2022

Abstract

This chapter focuses on the category of legal objects. Legal objects (e.g. claims and obligations) were discovered by the young phenomenologist Adolf Reinach in 1911. The first part of the chapter focuses on the reconstruction of the characteristics that distinguish them from other sorts of objects (physical, psychical and ideal). The second part of the chapter focuses on the structural peculiarities of claim and obligations: they are thetic objects, they have content, and they are fulfillable. Finally, the chapter distinguishes three different kinds of truths that hold good of legal objects: eidological truths, ideological truths, and nomological truths.
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