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Law

Hans Kelsen

Rechts- und Staatslehre-Paket

Reine Rechtslehre – Reine Rechtslehre (Studienausgabe der 2. Auflage 1960) – Allgemeine Staatslehre
Herausgegeben von Matthias Jestaedt

[Rechts- and Staatslehre-Set. Reine Rechtslehre – Reine Rechtslehre (Student edition of the 2nd edition 1960) – Allgemeine Staatslehre]

2019. 2259 pages.
64,00 €
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ISBN 978-3-16-159118-1
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Published in German.
This set contains the first and second edition of Hans Kelsen's »Reine Rechtslehre« as well as the »Allgemeine Staatslehre« at a special price of 64 € instead of 82 €).
Hans Kelsen's »Pure Theory of Law«, which was published in 1934, is one of the key works on legal theory in the 20th century. In it, Kelsen presents a theory in which he separates the law from morality on the one hand and on the other hand from proven fact, a theory which was also critical of ideologies.
The second edition of the »Pure Theory of Law«, published in 1960, was in equal measure the culmination and the conclusion of the so-called classical phase of Hans Kelsen's legal-theoretical oeuvre. Alongside H.L.A. Hart's »The Concept of Law« (1961), it is the most important classic work of modern positivist jurisprudence.
With his »General Theory of the State,« Hans Kelsen joined the ranks of those who were part of a specifically German tradition, but this work was radically new and different compared to other general theories of the state. Not only did the book serve as a prelude to the so-called »Weimar Debate« on the future of German public law and the methodology of its scholarship, it is also the first cohesive portrayal of the »Pure Theory of Law.«
This set contains the first and second edition of Hans Kelsen's »Reine Rechtslehre« as well as the »Allgemeine Staatslehre« at a special price of 64 € instead of 82 €).
Authors/Editors

Hans Kelsen (1881–1973) 1919–30 Universitätsprofessor in Wien; 1919–1930 Verfassungsrichter; 1930–33 Professor in Köln; 1933–40 Professor in Genf; 1936–38 Professor in Prag; 1945–52 Professor in Berkeley.

Matthias Jestaedt ist Professor für Öffentliches Recht und Rechtstheorie an der Albert-Ludwigs-Universität Freiburg.

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