Souveränität und Gewalt: Hegel über Freiheit, Krieg und by Rastko Jovanov

By Rastko Jovanov

Das challenge der Stelle, welche das Völkerrecht in Hegels philosophischem procedure einnimmt, stellt die Konzeption und den Inhalt seiner rechtspolitischen Theorie in Frage. Insbesondere dadurch was once der Autor als “souveränes Vergehen” und “idealistische Cäsur” beschreibt. Die Grundlinien dieser Arbeit kehren zurück zu den grundlegenden Figuren der Philosophie Hegels und ziehen sich auf den Problemkreis des Verhältnisses zwischen des Rechts und der Geschichte, in Rücksicht auf die konstitutive Rolle der Gewalt bei jeder Institutionalisierung des Rechts und der Begründung neuer Lebensgestalten, zusammen. Das Hauptthese konzentriert sich auf das Bestehen der dialektischen Kluft innerhalb der Hegelschen Differenzierung zwischen der Freiheitsvollendung im Staate und dem philosophischen Wissen, das für die Weltgeschichte grundlegend ist: der Begriff der absoluten Freiheit, der in seiner Abstraktheit in der Weltgeschichte seine Kraft der Zerstörung zeigt, ist gerade dasselbe, used to be am Begriff der Philosophie selbst tief geschichtlich ist, worin er aber seine konkrete Macht bei der Entstehung neuer normativer Ordnungen mit sich bringt.

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The "Etiamsi Daremus" of Hugo Grotius: A Study in the by James St. Leger, M. M.

By James St. Leger, M. M.

In 1625, in his well-known treatise, The legislation of battle and Peace, Hugo Grotius acknowledged that the typical legislation may exist "even if we should always concede that which can't be conceded with no the maximum wickedness, that there's no God, or that the affairs of fellows are of no crisis to him" ("etiamsi daremus ... non esse Deum").

This assertion of the "etiamsi daremus", has been the topic of sharp controversy for nearly 3 and a part centuries. a few have obvious in it the emancipation of overseas legislations from medieval theology. Others cite it to turn out that Grotius was once the founding father of a brand new university of usual legislations. newer students, however, have proven that the idea that of the "etiamsi daremus" used to be universal to a number of Scholastic writers who instantly preceded Grotius, specifically, to Francis Suarez and Gabriel Vasquez.

In distinction to numerous authors who hyperlink the Grotian "etiamsi daremus" completely to Francis Suarez, Father St. Leger continues that this suggestion that the usual legislation could exist although God didn't exist, is alien to the felony doctrine of Suarez yet completely in accord with the doctrine of Gabriel Vasquez. From historic assets he makes an attempt to teach that it's not basically attainable yet even possible that Grotius used to be conversant in the normal legislations doctrine of Gabriel Vasquez and that accordingly this doctrine might were the resource of the "etiamsi daremus").

Father James St. Leger, M. M., was once born in Buffalo, manhattan in 1931. He used to be ordained within the Catholic overseas venture Society of the United States, the Maryknoll Fathers, in 1958. After finishing his doctoral stories on the Dominican "Angelicum" college in Rome, he lower back to the main Seminary of the Maryknoll Fathers in Ossining, ny, the place he's now professor of canon legislation and the social sciences.

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International Encyclopedia Of The Social & Behavioral by N. J. Smelser, P. B. Baltes

By N. J. Smelser, P. B. Baltes

This Encyclopedia is the 1st try out in a new release to map the social and behavioral sciences on a grand scale. now not because the book in 1968 of the overseas Encyclopedia of the Social Sciences, edited via David L. Sills, has there been such an formidable venture to explain the state-of-the-art in the entire fields encompassed in the social and behavioral sciences.
Available in either print (26 volumes) and on-line variations, it contains 4,000 articles, commissioned by means of fifty two part Editors, and comprises 90,000 bibliographic references in addition to complete identify and topic indexes.

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