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For contemporary society, the language of law is the key that introduces its subjects into the legal system, a means of modeling its objects, as well as the subject of legal regulation, a reflection of the diversity of relations between them. The article examines the role of language in legal genesis and some features of the “language of law” in Russian culture; touches on certain issues of the epistemology of law and the problems of the formation of a system of concepts in Russian jurisprudence and legal culture.

legal language, epistemology of law, legal culture, jurisprudence, legal perception, will, freedom
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