Коммуникативная теория права и современные проблемы юриспруденции
In the monograph in honor of the 60th anniversary of Professor of St. Petersburg State University Dr. Andrey V. Polyakov are collected works of Russian and foreign scholars devoted to theory of legal communication elaborated by Professor Polyakov, as well as to other topical issues of legal science related to that theory. The authors (Genevra Lukovskaya, Ilya Chestnov, Edoardo Fittipaldi, Elena Timoshina, Vladimir Lazarev, Vladimir Syrykh, Nikolay Vlasenko, Igor Nevvazhay, Alexey Ovchinnikov, Vadim Pavlov, Alexey Stovba and others) of the first volume analyze theory of legal communication; the second volume includes essays on some problematic issues of legal philosophy and jurisprudence related to theory of legal communication (including the works of Mark Van Hoecke, Eugenio Bulygin, Leonid Mamut, Vladimir Baranov, Bjarne Melkevik, Csaba Varga, Norbert Rouland, Igor Gryazin, Valentina Lapaeva, Natalia Varlamova, Alexander S. Alexandrov and others).
The author of the present article considers the conditions under which the general theory of law can be justified as a scientific discipline
In this article Professor Bulygin analyzes rationality of law in the light of legal positivism