What is the difference between mathematical and legal proof?
Hello, dear Ladies and Gentlemen!We've all heard of the concept of proof. They prove theorems in the classroom at school, prove the political correctness or benefit of the proposed course of reforms, and prove the innocence of the accused in court…If you look historically at the development of evidence, you will find that legal evidence developed and honed earlier than others. Many people believe that mathematical proofs were also taken as a model by the court speeches of lawyers.But mathematical and logical proof is very strict in the scientific sense. Public life theses are more complex than scientific ones. Still, there are very strict requirements for legal evidence. After all, the fate of people depends on it.How does it fit together? How is satisfactory rigor achieved in legal practice? How can we scientifically substantiate legal evidence and show its legality and correctness, in addition to the fact that it is approved by the law of the state?Thank you all for your answers.