Kant and Law

1st Edition

B. Sharon Byrd, Joachim Hruschka

Routledge
Published April 26, 2006
Reference - 608 Pages
ISBN 9780754623373 - CAT# Y233093
Series: Philosophers and Law

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Summary

Immanuel Kant's legal philosophy and theory have played an enormous role in the development of law since the eighteenth century. Although this influence can be seen primarily in German law and in the law of nations which have traditionally been oriented toward German legal development, today Kant's philosophy has experienced a Renaissance in the Anglo-American legal world. This anthology collects what the editors believe to be the very best of articles on Kant's legal theory, with an emphasis on his Metaphysics of Morals of 1797. In particular the articles relate to: 1) the nature of law and justice, 2) private law, 3) public law, 4) criminal law, 5) international law, and 6) cosmopolitan law.

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