Telman, D.A. Jeremy

Hans Kelsen in America - Selective Affinities and the Mysteries of Academic Influence

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Table of contents

1. Introduction: Hans Kelsen for Americans
D. A. Jeremy Telman

Part I. Hans Kelsen and American Legal Philosophy

2. Kelsen in the United States: Still Misunderstood
Brian H. Bix

3. Marmor’s Kelsen
Michael S. Green

Part II. Hans Kelsen and the Development of Public International Law

4. The Kelsen-Hart Debate: Hart’s Critique of Kelsen’s Legal Monism Reconsidered
Lars Vinx

5. Peace and Global Justice through Prosecuting the Crime of Aggression? Kelsen and Morgenthau on the Nuremberg Trials and the International Judicial Function
Jochen Bernstorff

6. Hans Kelsen, The Second World War and the U.S. Government
Thomas Olechowski

Part III. Kelsen in Unexplored Dialogues

7. Arriving at Justice by a Process of Elimination: Hans Kelsen and Leo Strauss
Elisabeth Lefort

8. Kelsen and Niebuhr on Democracy
Daniel F. Rice

9. Hans Kelsen’s Psychoanalytic Heritage—An Ehrenzweigian Reconstruction
Bettina K. Rentsch

10. A Morally Enlightened Positivism? Kelsen and Habermas on the Democratic Roots of Validity in Municipal and International Law
David Ingram

Part IV. Kelsen’s Legacies

11. The Neglect of Hans Kelsen in West German Public Law Scholarship, 1945–1980
Frieder Günther

12. Philosophy of Law and Theory of Law: “The Continuity of Kelsen’s Years in America”
Nicoletta Ladavac

13. Pure Formalism? Kelsenian Interpretative Theory between Textualism and Realism
Christoph Bezemek

14. Cognition and Reason: Rethinking Kelsen in the Context of Contract and Business Law
Jeffrey M. Lipshaw

15. Kelsen’s View of the Addressee of the Law: Primary and Secondary Norms
Drury D. Stevenson

16. Kelsen, Justice, and Constructivism
Joshua W. Felix

Part V. Conclusions

17. In Defense of Modern Times: A Keynote Address
Clemens Jabloner

18. The Free Exercise Clause and Hans Kelsen’s Modernist Secularism
D. A. Jeremy Telman

Keywords: Philosophy, Philosophy of Law, Political Theory, Public International Law

Publication year
Law and Philosophy Library
Page amount
10 pages
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