The following question has a paragraph from which a sentence has been deleted. From the given options, choose the one that completes the paragraph in the most appropriate way.
Jurisprudence is the theory and philosophy of law. Students of Jurisprudence aim to understand the fundamental nature of law and to analyse its purpose, structure and application. Jurisprudential scholars (sometimes confusingly referred to as “jurists”) hope to obtain a deeper understanding of the law, the kind of power that it exercises and its role in human societies. They seek a deeper understanding behind law’s seemingly unpredictable and uncertain nature.
- At a practical level, some jurists hope to improve society by studying what the Law is, what it ought to be, and how it actually operates.
- A common starting point in understanding jurisprudence is the objective of law to achieve justice
- Hence, the arguable scientific nature of jurisprudence
- Jurisprudence seeks to draw on unrestricted elements of life and the world to aid the critical study of law