ON THE FACTORS HINDERING THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE GENERAL LEGAL RESPONSIBILITY THEORY IN RUSSIAN SCIENCE
The current methodology of the study of legal responsibility does not ensure the solution of important theoretical and practical problems regarding its nature. This article is devoted to the problems of the development of a general legal responsibility theory and draws attention to the trends of modern science, which hinder the identification and description of legal responsibility as a general legal phenomenon. Authors provided and analyzed a set of retrospective opinions on the formation and development of legal responsibility phenomenon. To overcome the adequacy of understanding the social and scientific grounds for the development of the general theory of legal responsibility the authors state that the legal responsibility phenomenon must be developed in the light of its possible integration into the theory of general social responsibility.
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