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MENCO GONZALEZ, Eduardo  e  BECHARA LLANOS, Abraham Zamir. The Hermeneutic Revolution as a Scientific Integration Horizon: the Relationship between Law and its History. Opin. jurid. [online]. 2021, vol.20, n.42, pp.167-179.  Epub 19-Maio-2021. ISSN 1692-2530.

The main objective of the article is to show the scope of the hermeneutical revolution in the contemporary world, as a new interpretative rationality. As a methodological element for its accomplishment, the study employed the historical method based on the study of its traditional elements, which called into question the so-called scientific rationality that emerged from the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries. As a result of this, the study presents the new forms of understanding law and legal science immersed in the theory of legal systems, and of the models of application of law in times of constitutional State, in the opening of the same concept of law in the XXI century, to new realities and legal contexts. The study concludes that hermeneutical rationality is a valid and necessary horizon of interdisciplinarity for law and other perspectives of knowledge.

Palavras-chave : hermeneutics; scientific rationality; law; interdisciplinarity; legal science.

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