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The Research Scope of Law and Music from the Perspective of Legal Aesthetics

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DOI: 10.23977/law.2023.020207 | Downloads: 5 | Views: 416

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Mei Gao 1

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1 Collaborative Innovation Center of Judicial Civilization, China University of Political Science and Law, Beijing, China

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Mei Gao

ABSTRACT

As an interdisciplinary discipline of law and aesthetics, the object of study of legal aesthetics should be divided into two parts: law and beauty; the beauty of law. As a theme of the study of legal aesthetics, law and music has always been talked about by scholars. At present, the research on the theme of law and music is mainly divided into four parts, and it is also the four-level progressive relationship between law and music. First, the copyright law on music. Second, the interaction of law and music in the process of development. Third, the similarity between law and music. Fourth, the essential connection and internal unity of law and music. When "law and music" is an object of the study of legal aesthetics, the scope of research should be limited to the latter three parts. Among them, the second and third parts are the study of law and beauty, and the fourth part is the study of the beauty of law.

KEYWORDS

Legal Aesthetics, Object of Study, Law, Music

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Mei Gao, The Research Scope of Law and Music from the Perspective of Legal Aesthetics. Science of Law Journal (2023) Vol. 2: 43-50. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/DOI: 10.23977/law.2023.020207.

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