- Cases which are not in point with one another but are closely related so that the reasoning in one may be accepted in the other. analytical jurisprudence.. The school or system of jurisprudence headed by John Austin and Jeremy Bentham depending wholly on analysis, comparison and classification of existing theories rather than upon principles of right and equity.
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