On Correlation and Interrelation of Conceptual Apparatuses of the Criminal Cycle Sciences
The paper deals with the issues of correlation and interrelation of conceptual apparatuses of criminal cycle sciences: criminal, criminal procedural, criminal enforcement law, criminology, forensic science, etc., based on methods of differentiation and integration of sciences. The method of differentiation enables us to divide the corresponding branches of knowledge into certain groups and to consider them as independent sciences; the method of integration illuminates the processes of convergence and interaction of sciences, their interpenetration on the level of separate elements of conceptual apparatuses: legal categories, concepts of legal terminology. We distinguish a class of «interdisciplinary» categories of notions and terms, which are the subject of criminal law science and are used by all sciences of the criminal cycle. The rationale is given for the necessity of their interpretation in all cases on the basis of the content and volume enshrined in them mainly by criminal law science. Other categories, concepts, and terms that are the subject of the applied sciences of the criminal cycle should be considered in all cases of their use, based on the interpretations provided by the relevant science that develops them.
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