Is there a classification of the reason (for taking action) in law? For example, I can do something to benefit from it. I can also take action to harm someone. This page discusses three types of reasons:

  • Normative;
  • Motivating;
  • Explanatory.

I was wondering if this is applicable to law.

What are the ways of proving/disproving of a taken action with reasoning?

  • Your question is unclear and seemingly pointless. Every action stems from actor's pursuit of utility. Proving/disproving an action entails "reasoning" in terms of the materiality and sufficiency of the evidence. That "reasoning" ought to be formulated in court with enough clarity so as to persuade the judge or the jury. – Iñaki Viggers Nov 27 '20 at 22:52

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