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  1. In my opinion, when we say “the concept of law”, we assume that “law” and our “concept” of it exist independently of each other. When we say “the concept of law”, we involuntarily mean that “law” does not exist without our concept of it.

    That is, the “concept of law” is more typical of the language of classical modernist science, based on the belief in a world in which subject and object are clearly separated. The “concept of law” is more characteristic of modern postmodern science, in which there is no clear distinction between subject and object.

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