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Eduard Gans and the Hegelian philosophy of law

Author: Michael H Hoffheimer; Eduard Gans
Publisher: Dordrecht ; Boston : Kluwer Academic Publishers, ©1995.
Series: Archives internationales d'histoire des idées, 143.
Edition/Format:   Book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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This volume provides the first sustained treatment of the legal theory of Eduard Gans (1789-1839) and the first translation of Gans's System of Roman Civil Law in Outline (1827). Hegel's close personal friend and recognized leader of the Hegelian movement, Gans posthumously edited Hegel's Philosophy of Law and Philosophy of History. As Professor of Law in Berlin, Gans championed legal codification in opposition to  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Outlines, syllabi, etc
Named Person: Eduard Gans; Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel; Eduard Gans; Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel; Eduard Gans; Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel; Eduard Gans; Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Michael H Hoffheimer; Eduard Gans
ISBN: 0792332709 9780792332701
OCLC Number: 34046898
Notes: Includes an English translation of Gans's System des römischen Civilrechts im Grundrisse.
Description: xiii, 134 p. ; 25 cm.
Series Title: Archives internationales d'histoire des idées, 143.
Responsibility: Michael H. Hoffheimer.
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This volume provides the first sustained treatment of the legal theory of Eduard Gans (1789-1839) and the first translation of Gans's System of Roman Civil Law in Outline (1827). Hegel's close personal friend and recognized leader of the Hegelian movement, Gans posthumously edited Hegel's Philosophy of Law and Philosophy of History. As Professor of Law in Berlin, Gans championed legal codification in opposition to Savigny and the Historical School of Jurisprudence. Hoffheimer argues that Gans's legal writings, especially his systematic exposition of Roman Law, combined a brilliant application of Romanist legal scholarship with a creative, original vision of Hegelian methodology. The teacher of Karl Marx and Felix Mendelssohn, Gans promoted a liberal interpretation of Hegel and influenced an important generation of German thinkers.

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