Degas Pavel Ivanovich( Russian lawyer, JD)
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Biography Degas Pavel Ivanovich
studied at Kharkov University, died in 1849, remarkable for its wide views on the task of studying law in general and Russian in particular. The terms of legal information, . his opinion, . "should provide a common origin of the laws (knowledge of philosophic), . submit their gradual transformation (historical knowledge), . show the influence, . some of them have terrain (empirical knowledge), . signify with accuracy modern, current law (knowledge of dogmatic) and to describe the gradual improvement of teaching law (knowledge of literature) ",
. - "A lawyer will only be understood with clarity of domestic law, when a well knows the general purpose of the laws, and only then with success will contribute to the success of law, when the benefit from the expertise of other positive rights". According to this, . defining its attitude to the struggle of historical and philosophical schools in Germany, . Degas on the side of the second, . finding, . that the historical school "for Russian zakonovedtsev much less useful, . than philosophical school Thibault, . abundant common, . basic knowledge of law ",
. Own work Degaya largely devoted to familiarization with the situation of the rights of different countries of Europe and is more abundant historical data. Of these deserve attention: "Ipotekarnye system and their influence on the finances and general welfare of the state" (1849) and "Looking at the present state of criminal proceedings" (1847). Works Degaya, . relating to Russian law, . represent a systematic (for its time value) A statement of the laws or their contents, . without criticism and the author's comments: "Training the book Russia's civil justice" (1846), "Systematic tracing of the existing Russian statutes on common currency debt instruments, . between private persons consumed "(1824),
. General views of the author to the problem of law set forth in the Manual and Rules of studying Russian laws, or material to the encyclopedia, methodology and literary history of Russia right "(1831). As a writer, eager to expand his writings outlook Russian lawyers and provide benefits to the acquisition of major legal information, Degas left behind fond memories in the Russian law. V. N.