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Emphasis added by AA. , 1980). In relation to the the original Kuhnian conceptual framework, i t should be pointed out that in legal dogmatics it may be difficult to distinguish symbolic generalizations and shared models as elements of the dogmatic matrix from each other. However, various sorts of symbolic generalizations in legal dogmatics do seem to serve a function in upholding and transmitting these model construals. In dogmatic methodology and its history, several symbolic "generalizations" (the term may be a bit awkward here), particularly centred on the exact notion of a legal norm, obviously can be discerned.

To what extent do these problems have repercussions for the scope of legal science? From a historical point of view the epistemological concern of legal science is prior or at any rate contemporary to other fields of social sciences. As a result, it is no wonder that in some of its present tendencies, legal theory is especially sensitive and receptive to the evolution of scientific ideas, particularly in those areas of legal theory which have little to do with what could be defined as "academic philosophy of law".

Transl. M. Horne. Buenos Aires: Amorrortu, 1977, p. 69. : Politics language and time, Essays on political thought and history. New York: Atheneum, 1973, pp. : Paradigms and revolutions. Applications and appraisal of Thomas Kuhn's philosophy of science. Notre Dame/London: Univ. of Notre Dame Press, 1980, pp. : Europa y el derecho romano. Transl. J. Santa Cruz Teijeiro. Madrid: Ed. Rev. de Derecho Privado, 1955, pp. : Progress in legal science, communication (non-edited) to the XIth IVR World Congress.

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