The contact of the law, understood as a system of rules of conduct, principles, and maybe values with the environment, is possible only through a man. The law is twofold - it is a part of human consciousness and a part of the social world. The direct environment of the system of law is a man who by its action, especially in political institutions, forms the law and in the long run directly regulates its action only. The position of a man as the only direct addressee of legal norms causes that from the view of law it is usually a means, not the purpose. It is one of the structural reasons of alienation of the system of law to the man.
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