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Miralvandi S, Fehresti Z, Yaghooti E. Expanding Examples of Madness According to the Concept and Criterion of Madness Perspective of Jurisprudence, Law and Psychology. MLJ. 2020; 14 (54) :131-151
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1- Department of Islamic law and Islamic law, Islamic Azad University, Tehran Center, Tehran, Iran
2- Department of Islamic Law and Islamic Law, Islamic Azad University, Tehran, Iran. (Corresponding author)
3- Department of Islamic Law and Islamic Law, Islamic Azad University, Tehran, Iran
Abstract:  
Background and aim: Madness is a subject that has long been the subject of legal attention. Today, Industrial societies are confronted with a phenomenon called mental disorders and those with such disease which unfortunately is increasing day by day. Obviously, laws over time for scientific advances need to be reformed. This article explores the legal status and the way in which mental patients are held accountable for their behaviors and society. This goal can be achieved by comparing and matching the cholera by obtaining the main index and the property of madness, so that it can be referred to in foggy cases. Jurisprudential and legal notion of madness, dementia and dementia, the association of dementia with the disorder of perception and reasoning discussed in psychiatry confirms this. Research on new findings is therefore indispensable for the interaction of the two sciences of law and psychology.
Method: The present study is a descriptive-analytical method and access to legal jurisprudence, will pay to analyze the information collected, to understand the nature of psychosis and how to perceive it and adapting it to the findings of rational psychology and rational reasoning.
Conclusion: Majnun does not have the power to distinguish between him and others. His actions are not by will. From a Jurisprudential-Legal Perspective If one reaches a level of self-imposed consciousness that is not capable of legal practice, t hat is not capable of legal action, his criminal conduct lacks criminal responsibility. Therefore, this main characteristic of Ramitas can be attributed to some degree of illnesses such as schizophrenia, mania, depression, delusional disorders, dementia, aging and some personality disorders and... the subset of madness was known for its examples. Based on this qualitative criterion, as a result, any disorder that causes dementia and excessive power is distinguished to the extent that he has the legal significance of Article 190 of the Civil and Related Law for the purposes of legal practice.
He has been outspoken in support of his community their legal status will be the same as that of a free person.

Please cite this article as: Miralvandi S, Fehresti Z, Yaghooti E. Expanding Examples of Madness According to the Concept and Criterion of Madness Perspective of Jurisprudence, Law and Psychology. Iran J Med Law 2020; 14(54): 131-151.
Type of Study: Original Article |
Received: 2019/08/14 | Accepted: 2019/11/26

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