A Critical Appraisal of Karl Olivecrona's Legal Philosophy
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Sozialwissenschaften, Recht, Wirtschaft / Allgemeines, Lexika
This book offers a critical appraisal of Karl Olivecrona’s legal philosophy. Based on Olivecrona’s critique of the view that law has binding force, the analysis of the concept and function of a legal rule, and the idea that law is a matter of organized force, the book argues that Olivecrona’s legal philosophy is a unique contribution to twentieth century legal philosophy. It shows how Olivecrona’s philosophy can be used in the assessment of contemporary theories of law, such as those put forward by Hart, Raz, Dworkin, and Alexy. In addition, the book argues that Olivecrona’s various discussions of theories defended by key people in the history of legal and political philosophy are highly interesting contributions. They not only increase our understanding of the legal and political philosophy of previous generations, but also enhances our insight into legal-philosophical questions that remain with us today.
Binding Force of Law, Substantive Legal Philosophy, Critique of Will Theories, Law, Force, and Social Morality, Axel Hägerström and Alf Ross, Karl Olivecrona, Legal Realism and Legal Positivism, Scandinavian realism, Judicial Law-Making, Truth and Correctness, Politics and Legal Philosophy, Problem of the Nature of Law, H. L. A. Hart, Naturalism and Conceptual Analysis, Hägerström, Lundstedt, Ross, and Olivecrona, Systemic Character of Law, Concept of a Right, Early Medieval Swedish Law, History of Legal Philosophy, Natural Law Theory and Legal Positivism, Legal Rules as Independent Imperatives