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Law

Eduard Gans

Naturrecht und Universalrechtsgeschichte

Vorlesungen nach G.W.F. Hegel
Hrsg. u. eingel. v. Johann Braun

[Natural Law and the History of Universal Law. Lectures Based on G.W.F. Hegel.]

2005. LVIII, 417 pages.
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This book is a reconstruction of notes taken by six different people during a lectures on »Natural Law and the History of Universal Law«, given regularly by Eduard Gans, a jurist and pupil of Hegel's, on Hegel's philosophy of law. This lecture, which is significant from the perspective of the history of law and history of philosophy, is made available here for the first time, filling a gap in in our knowledge of the Vormärz era in Germany.
This book is a reconstruction of notes taken by six different people during a lectures on »Natural Law and the History of Universal Law«, given regularly by Eduard Gans, a jurist and pupil of Hegel's, from the winter semester of 1827/28 up to 1838/39 on Hegel'philosophy of law. To begin with, these lectures were held on Hegel's behalf, and they were continued later as part of a proven tradition. Gans has not only made Hegel's original texts easier to understand for legal experts, he has also enlarged upon them in a number of subjects which were of considerable importance in the history of Hegel's reception. This lecture, which is significant from the perspective of the history of law and history of philosophy, is made available here for the first time in this easily readable edition, filling a gap in our knowledge of the Vormärz era in Germany.
Authors/Editors

Eduard Gans Geboren 1797; Studium der Rechtswissenschaft in Berlin, Göttingen und Heidelberg, wo er 1819 als Jude promovierte; 1825 Taufe; 1826 außerordentlicher, 1828 ordentlicher Professor an der Juristischen Fakultät in Berlin; 1824 – 1835 »Das Erbrecht in weltgeschichtlicher Entwickelung«; 1833 Edition der 2. Auflage von Hegels »Grundlinien der Philosophie des Rechts«; 1837 Edition der Hegelschen »Vorlesungen über die Philosophie der Geschichte«; gestorben 1839; Eduard Gans gilt heute als einer der Begründer der Vergleichenden Rechtswissenschaft in Deutschland.

Johann Braun Geboren 1946; 1983–88 ord. Professor für Bürgerliches Recht, Zivilprozeßrecht, Rechtsphilosophie und Neuere Rechtsgeschichte an der Universität Trier, danach bis 2011 ord. Professor für Zivilprozeßrecht, Bürgerliches Recht und Rechtsphilosophie an der Universität Passau; seitdem im Ruhestand.

Reviews

The following reviews are known:

In: Rechtsgeschichte — 9 (2006), S. 189–193 (Corrado Bertani)
In: Hegel-Studien — 42 (2007), S. 197–201 (E. Weisser-Lohmann)
In: Zeitschrift d.Savigny-Stiftung G — 2007, 409–411 (Gerhard Köbler)
In: Archiv für Rechts-u.Sozialphilos. — 2008, 144–146 (Ino Augsberg)
In: Das Argument — Jg.265 (2006), S.283ff (Hermann Klenner)
In: FAZ – Redaktion NSB — 3. März 2006, Nr.53, S.37 (Michael Pawlik)
In: Philosophische Rundschau — Bd.53 (2006), H.2, S.188 (R. Bubner)
In: Philosophischer Literaturanzeiger — 2007, 217–220 (Michael Quante)