Weimar: A Jurisprudence of Crisis / Edition 1

Weimar: A Jurisprudence of Crisis / Edition 1

by Arthur Jacobson
     
 


"An important resource, it includes the most significant and influential texts representative of the political and conceptual diversity of the intellectual approaches of that time. . . . Very significant for contemporary debates about the relationship between state, law, and constitution."—Ulrich Karl Preuss, Freie Universität BerlinSee more details below

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"An important resource, it includes the most significant and influential texts representative of the political and conceptual diversity of the intellectual approaches of that time. . . . Very significant for contemporary debates about the relationship between state, law, and constitution."—Ulrich Karl Preuss, Freie Universität Berlin

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780520236813
Publisher:
University of California Press
Publication date:
10/21/2002
Series:
Philosophy, Social Theory, and the Rule of Law Series
Edition description:
New Edition
Pages:
419
Product dimensions:
6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 1.00(d)

Table of Contents

Preface
Translation and Apparatus

Introduction. Constitutional Crisis: The German and the American Experience, by Arthur J. Jacobson and Bernhard Schlink

Prologue. The Shattering of Methods in Late Wilhelmine Germany
Introduction, by Stefan Korioth
On Legal Theory and Sociology (1911), by Max Weber
Constitutional Amendment and Constitutional Transformation (1906), by Georg Jellinek
On the Borders between Legal and Sociological Method (1911), by Hans Kelsen
Statute and Judgment (1912), by Carl Schmitt

1. Hans Kelsen
Introduction, by Clemens Jabloner
Legal Formalism and the Pure Theory of Law (1929), by Hans Kelsen
On the Essence and Value of Democracy (1929), by Hans Kelsen

2. Hugo Preuss
Introduction, by Christoph Schoenberger
The Significance of the Democratic Republic for the Idea of Social Justice (1925), by Hugo Preuss

3. Gerhard Anschütz
Introduction, by Walter Pauly
Three Guiding Principles of the Weimar Constitution (1922), by Gerhard Anschütz

4. Richard Thoma
Introduction, by Peter C. Caldwell
The Reich as a Democracy (1930), by Richard Thoma

5. Heinrich Triepel
Introduction, by Ralf Poscher
Law of the State and Politics (1926), by Heinrich Triepel

6. Erich Kaufmann
Introduction, by Stephen Cloyd
On the Problem of People’s Will (1931), by Erich Kaufmann

7. Rudolf Smend
Introduction, by Stefan Korioth
Constitution and Constitutional Law (1928), by Rudolf Smend

8. Hermann Heller
Introduction, by David Dyzenhaus
Political Democracy and Social Homogeneity (1928), by Hermann Heller
The Essence and Structure of the State (1934), by Hermann Heller

9. Carl Schmitt
Introduction, by Volker Neumann
The Status Quo and the Peace (1925), by Carl Schmitt
The Liberal Rule of Law (1928), by Carl Schmitt
State Ethics and the Pluralist State (1930), by Carl Schmitt

Epilogue. The Decline of Theory
Introduction, by Reinhard Mehring
The Total State (1933), by Ernst Forsthoff
Legal Community as National Community (1935), by Reinhard H{od}hn
The Constitution of Freedom (1935), by Carl Schmitt
The Administration as Provider of Services (1938), by Ernst Forsthoff
New Foundations of Administrative Law (1934), by Theodor Maunz
Administration (1937), by Theodor Maunz
Constitution (1937), by Ernst Rudolf Huber
Form and Structure of the Reich (1941), by Ernst Rudolf Huber
"Positions and Concepts": A Debate with Carl Schmitt (1941), by Ernst Rudolf Huber
Reich, Sphere of Influence, Great Power (1942), by Reinhard Höhn

Notes
Editors and Contributors
Copyright Acknowledgments
Index

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