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Interpretations of modern legal philosophies : essays in honor of Roscoe Pound

Author: Roscoe Pound; Paul Lombard Sayre
Publisher: New York : Oxford University Press, 1947.
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Interpretations of modern legal philosophies.
New York : Oxford University Press, 1947
(OCoLC)602447491
Online version:
Interpretations of modern legal philosophies.
New York : Oxford University Press, 1947
(OCoLC)609247123
Named Person: Roscoe Pound
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Roscoe Pound; Paul Lombard Sayre
OCLC Number: 1815755
Description: ix, 807 p. : ill. ; 25 cm.
Contents: Justice and expediency, by C. K. Allen. --
Note on Thomas Hobbes, by Elmér Balogh. --
Kelsenism, by A. S. de Bustamante y Montoro. --
Philosophy as jurisprudence, by Huntington Cairns. --
On the nature of natural law, by A.-H. Chroust. --
Phenomenology of the judgment, by Carlos Cossio. --
Legal pragmatism and beyond, by T. A. Cowan. --
Truth and untruth in morals and law, by Giorgio del Vecchio. --
Legal development in a modern community, by F. W. Eggleston. --
A sketch of an influence, by J. N. Frank. --
The legal system of occupied Germany, by Mitchell Franklin. --
An apology for jurisprudence, by A. L. Goodhart. --
The province of comparative law, by H. C. Gutteridge. --
Integrative jurisprudence, by Jerome Hall. --
Justice, law, and the cases, by W. E. Hocking. --
Praise of law, by Werner Jaeger. --
Cino da Pistoia, by J. W. Jones. --
The metamorphoses of the idea of justice, by Hans Kelsen. --
Roscoe Pound as a former colleague knew him, by Albert Kocourek. --
Positive and 'natural' law and their correlation, by M. M. Laserson. --
Law and justice: a criticism of the method of justice, by Vilhelm Lundstedt. --
Some illustrations of the influence of unchanged names for changing institutions, by C. H. McIlwain. --
On everlasting values of the Spanish school of natural law (F. de Vitoria) by Alfredo Mendizábal. --
The tragedy of modern jurisprudence, by A. Meyendorff. --
Law as fact, by Karl Olivecrona. --
Pound's theory of social interests, by E. W. Patterson. --
Lask and the doctrine of the science of law, by Enrique Martinez Paz. --
Ex facto ius: ex iure factum, by Max Radin. --
Who watches the watchman? By Max Rheinstein. --
Ideas and historical conditioning in the realization of the juridical values, by Luis Recasens Siches. --
Law and fact in the light of the pure theory of law, by Helen Silving. --
The organized group (institution) and law-norms, by P. A. Sorokin. --
Fallacies of the logical form in English law, by Julius Stone. --
Petrazhitsky's philosophy of law, by N. S. Timasheff. --
The judicial conception of legislation in Tudor England, by Arthur von Mehren. --
A psychological theory of law, by Ranyard West. --
Recent reforms of English private law, by P. H. Winfield. --
Natural law and international law, by Lord Wright.
Responsibility: edited, with an introduction by Paul Sayre.

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