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Pattaro, Enrico

A Treatise of Legal Philosophy and General Jurisprudence

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Table of contents

1. Scientia Iuris and Ius Naturae: The Jurisprudence of the Holy Roman Empire in the Seventeenth and Eighteenth Centuries
Merio Scattola

2. French Legal Science in the 17th and 18th Centuries: To The Limits of the Theory of Law
Jean-Louis Halpérin

3. Conceptual Aspects of Legal Enlightenment in Europe
Maximiliano Hernández Marcos

4. The Many Faces of the Codification of Law in Modern Continental Europe
Damiano Canale

5. German Legal Science: The Crisis of Natural Law Theory, the Historicisms, and “Conceptual Jurisprudence”
Paolo Becchi

6. Science of Administration and Administrative Law
Luca Mannori, Bernardo Sordi

7. Constitutionalism
Maurizio Fioravanti

8. From Jhering to Radbruch: On the Logic of Traditional Legal Concepts to the Social Theories of Law to the Renewal of Legal Idealism
Hasso Hofmann

9. The (Non)-Legal Thought of Niccolò Machiavelli
Patrick Riley

10. The Legal Philosophy of Hugo Grotius
Patrick Riley

11. The Legal Philosophy of Thomas Hobbes
Patrick Riley

12. Consent and Natural Law in Locke’s Philosophy
Patrick Riley

13. The Legal Theory of Pufendorf
Patrick Riley

14. Leibniz on Justice as “The Charity of Wise”
Patrick Riley

15. Malebranche and “Cartesianized Augustinianism”
Patrick Riley

16. Montesquieu and Vico
Patrick Riley

17. Hume and Smith
Patrick Riley

18. Voltaire’s Skeptical Jurisprudence: Contra Leibnizian Optimism in Candide
Patrick Riley

19. The Legal Philosophy of Jean-Jacques Rousseau
Patrick Riley

20. The Legal Philosophy of Kant
Patrick Riley

21. The Legal Philosophy of G. W. F. Hegel
Patrick Riley

22. Karl Marx’s Philosophy of Law
Patrick Riley

23. The Legal Thought of J. S. Mill
Patrick Riley

24. Nietzsche as a Philosopher of Law
Patrick Riley

25. Neo-Kantian Epilogue: Rawls and Habermas
Patrick Riley

Keywords: Philosophy, Philosophy of Law, Philosophy, Roman Law/Law History/Canon Law, Law, general

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Publisher
Springer
Publication year
2009
Language
en
Edition
1
Page amount
431 pages
Category
Philosophy
Format
Ebook
eISBN (PDF)
9789048129645

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