THE HISTORY OF RUSSIAN SENSE OF JUSTICE
ResumenThe historical factors of the formation of the legal consciousness of Russian society are considered in the article. The stages in the development of the Russian sense of justice were identified, which were mainly connected with the periods of development of socio-economic relations. The special attitude of society towards religion contributed to the position in the legal conscience of different settings. The sense of justice acts as a necessary component of the legal system as part of the public consciousness, the content of which are views, beliefs, ideas that relate to the law, as well as sensory and emotional elements that form legal psychology. The legal consciousness performs a significant role in the legal system-the transformation of information flows from the legal system to the subject of legal activity and vice versa.
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