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Legal positivism could also be a philosophy of law that emphasizes the traditional nature of law - it's socially constructed. according to Legal Positivism, the law conforms to the rule made by the legislator or to positive rules sort of a standard law or law. The formal provisions for the origin of law, enforcement and enforcement are enough to treat social norms as law. Legal positivism doesn't believe the law in terms of theological teachings, reason or human rights. Historically, positivism has evolved against the thought of classical law, and consequently, there are moral constraints necessary to the subject of law.

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