The philosophy of law in historical perspective.

2d ed.. [Chicago] University of Chicago Press [1963] .

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Subjects Filosofia do direito -- histoĢria.
Law -- Philosophy -- History.
Law -- Philosophy.
Description 296 pages 21 cm.
Copyright Date [1963]
Notes "An English version of Die Philosophie des Rechts in historischer Perspektive."
Includes bibliographical references (pages 277-284).
Contents Introduction -- Law as the will of God : the heritage of the Old Testament -- Law as participation in the idea of justice : Plato and Aristotle -- Law as the expression of the laws of human nature : the stoics and Roman natural law -- Law as order and peace of the community of love : St. Augustine -- Law as the mirror and part of the divine world order : Thomas Aquinas and the scholastics -- Law as historical fact : the humanists -- Statutory law against natural law : the doctrine of sovereignty in Bodin, Althusius, and Grotius -- The English constitutional tradition : Sir Thomas Smith and Richard Hooker -- Common law against natural law : James I, Edward Coke, and Francis Bacon -- Law as command : Hobbes and the utilitarians -- Law as the basic law of the constitution : Locke and Montesquieu -- Law as the expression of "pure reason" : from Spinoza to Wolff -- Law as the expression of the general will : Rousseau and Kant
Law as the expression of the spirit : Hegel and the historical school -- Law as class ideology : Marx and Engels -- Philosophical liberalism : Ihering and Stammler -- The decline of legal philosophy : relativists, formalists, and skeptics -- The revival of natural law in Europe and America -- Justice, equality, and the common man -- Law, authority, and legitimacy -- Law and order : the problem of the breach of law -- Constitutional law as the basis of the legal system -- Peace and the world community of law -- Law and history (from Vanderbilt Law Review, October, 1961) -- Remarks on Llewellyn's view of law, official behavior, and political behavior (from Political Science Quarterly, September, 1935)
Genre History.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)250452
WorldCat Search OCLC WorldCat
WorldCat Identities Friedrich, Carl J. 1901-1984.
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