1. Presuppositions of Legal Theory and Practice -- 2. The Fact and Its Approach in Philosophy and in Law -- 3. The Imputative Character of the Judicial Establishment of Facts -- 4. The Judicial Establishment of Facts and Its Procedurality -- 5. The Nature of the Judicial Establishment of Facts -- App. I. Kelsen's Theory of Law-Application: Evolution, Ambiguities, Open Questions -- App. II. Judicial Reproduction of the Law in an Autopoietical System?
Revised and enlarged English version of the Hungarian"--T.p. verso
Includes bibliographical references (pages 215-235) and indexes