Legal philosophy is one of the oldest disciplines of human quest for deeper understanding of how to define relationship between legal studies and other disciples of social, economic, cultural studies in particular and behavioral sciences in general.


In the twenty-first century most of the studies have become either too mechanical or commercial that has harden human heads and hearts to become concern about the greater causes of humanity, morality, ethical values and serious environmental issues of global and regional degradations. Like Mathematical sciences, in the past, Laws were like very hard and fast rules for all with a very few exceptions.


Imperial powers and National Statehoods have changed that all and narrow-based disciplinary studies have undermined and/or underestimated the values and importance of legal studies in different philosophical perspectives. Western and typical capitalistic legal perceptions are in deep crisis along with the most hunted and defeated communist philosophy of legal and moral dynamics.


CHINESE Communist leadership claims that it has invented a new legal philosophy based on Marxist Ideology with Asian Characteristics. Muslims in general don’t agree with the major paradigms of Western or Communist legal philosophy and tend to present their own theories of Jurisprudence, Legal Theories and philosophical discourses of this vital area of human knowledge and perceptions based on both revealed sciences and branches of knowledge acquired by societal endeavors and experiences.


This book on Legal Philosophy is a serious and comprehensive attempt to juxtapose and compare all kinds of legal philosophical throes and their application in administering justice systems under different regimes in brief and in one volume.