Rudolf Stammler

Karl Eduard Julius Theodor Rudolf Stammler (19 February 1856 – 25 April 1938) was an influential German philosopher of law. He distinguished the purely formal concept of law from the ideal, the realization of justice. He felt that rather than simply reacting and adjusting the law to economic pressures, the law should be deliberately steered towards the current ideal. Provided by Wikipedia
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Eine sozialphilosophische Untersuchung
Involved: Stammler, Rudolf
Year: 1896
Publisher: Veit (Leipzig)
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