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the Wiener rechtstheoretische Schule
As much as František (Franz) Weyr (1879–1951) may be widely acknowledged to be an exponent of the reine Rechtslehre (the Czech version of it, known as the Brünner Schule),1 an early article he wrote in 1908—three years before Kelsen's Hauptprobleme der Staatsrechtslehre—can easily be described as setting out in outline some of the fundamental legal-philosophical positions of what in the 1910s and 1920s would come to be known as the budding Austrian school of law, the school responsible for most widely known form of "pure theory of law."
Pattaro Enrico, Roversi Corrado (2016). A treatise of legal philosophy and general jurisprudence 12: legal philosophy in the twentieth century: the civil law world, tome 1: language areas, tome 2: main orientations and topics, Springer, Dordrecht.
Carrino Agostino (2016). Logistic normativism: the Wiener rechtstheoretische Schule, in E. Pattaro & C. Roversi (eds.), A treatise of legal philosophy and general jurisprudence 12, Dordrecht, Springer, pp. 51-132.