Philosophical and Legal Foundations of the Formation of the Legal Consciousness of an Indi-vidual in the Conditions of Training a Lawyer
Keywords:philosophy, philosophical foundations, legal consciousness, philosophy of law, training of a lawyer
The study’s primary goal is to determine the philosophical and legal foundations of the formation of the legal consciousness of an individual in the conditions of training a lawyer. Modern society is changing, transforming into a European-style society, and rethinking the laws of life is necessary for every person. Awareness of the changes in society, the role, place and significance of legal norms determine the changes in a person’s consciousness, and therefore the issue of legal consciousness of a person arises especially acutely. The study of the phenomenon of human legal consciousness has significant scientific and practical value since it will solve several issues related to the development of the state, the further formation of European society and the participation of citizens in law-making will contribute to solving problems related to legal education and provision. As a result of the study, the main aspects of the philosophical and legal foundations of the formation of the legal consciousness of an individual in the conditions of training a lawyer were identified.
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