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International Studies in Phenomenology and Philosophy

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From the criticism of neo-Kantianism to neo-Hegelianism in the philosophy of law

Agostino Carrino

pp. 189-207

Abstract

Erich Kaufmann (1880–1972) was an international lawyer as well as a philosopher of law. His point of departure in the philosophy of law was the neo-Kantianism of the southwest school (Windelband, Rickert, and Lask), a current of thought concerned with the problem of values, and which at the same time sought to lay out the method and epistemological framework specific to each of the special sciences.

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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.

Pages: 189-207

DOI: 10.1007/978-94-007-1479-3_5

Full citation:

Carrino Agostino (2016). From the criticism of neo-Kantianism to neo-Hegelianism in the philosophy of law, in E. Pattaro & C. Roversi (eds.), A treatise of legal philosophy and general jurisprudence 12, Dordrecht, Springer, pp. 189-207.