Latin-American philosophy of law in the twentieth century.

New York, Inter-American Law Institute, New York University School of Law, 1950.

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Subjects Droit -- Amérique latine -- Philosophie -- Histoire.
Droit -- Philosophie -- Amérique latine.
Droit -- Philosophie -- Histoire.
Latin America.
Law -- Latin America -- Philosophy.
Law -- Philosophy -- History.
Law -- Philosophy.
Description 120 pages 27 cm
Copyright Date 1950.
Notes "Reprint, with minor changes, of three articles ... in the New York University law quarterly review during 1949."
Includes bibliographical references.
Contents General remarks -- The period of predominance of Auguste Comte, 1875-1925 -- Sociological jurisprudence -- Totalitarian philosophy of law in Latin America? -- Neo-Thomistic philosophy of law in Latin America -- Contemporary Spanish-American general philosophy -- Contemporary Spanish-American philosophy of law. The first turn: Marburg neo-Kantianism. Stammler, Del Vecchio, Kelsen -- Contemporary Spanish-American philosophy of law. The second turn: The phenomenological movement. Husserl, Scheler, Hartmann, Dilthey, Heidegger, Ortega y Gasset -- [Geographical] survey of contemporary Spanish-American philosophy of law.
Genre History.
Geographic Area Latin America
Network Numbers (OCoLC)910580
WorldCat Search OCLC WorldCat
WorldCat Identities Kunz, Josef Laurenz, 1890-1970.
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