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Csaba VARGA: Contemporary Legal Philosophising (2013)

A collection of papers relating Contemporary Legal Philosophising originally published between 1986 and 2011 on the HISTORICAL BACKGROUND treating topics like ‘Philosophy of Law in Central & Eastern Europe: A Sketch of History’ [1999] / ‘Philosophising on Law in the Turmoil of Communist Takeover in Hungary (Two Portraits,  Interwar and Postwar: JULIUS MOÓR & ISTVÁN LOSONCZY)’ [2001–2002] / ‘Professional Distress and Scarcity:  ALEXANDER HORVÁTH and the Legacy of Natural Law in Hungary’ [2005] / ‘Hungarian Legal Philosophy in the 20th Century’ [2011], on its IMPOSED LEGACY with ‘Looking back’ [1999] / ‘Legal Philosophy of the MARXism of Socialism: Hungarian Overview in an International Perspective’ [2003] / ‘Autonomy and Instrumentality of Law in a Superstructural Perspective’ [1986] / ‘Legal Theory in Transition (A Preface from Hungary)’ [2000] / ‘Development of Theoretical Legal Thought in Hungary at the Turn of the Millennium’ [2006], on TWENTIETH CENTURY CONTEMPORANEITY dealing with problems such as ‘Change of Paradigms in Legal Reconstruction: CARL SCHMITT and the Temptation to Finally Reach a Synthesis’ [2002] / ‘KELSENian Documents in Hungary:  Chapters on Contacts, Including the Genesis of Autobiography’ [2006] / ‘The »HART-phenomenon«’ [2002] / ‘Literature? A Substitute for Legal Philosophy?’ [2007], with a paper in ANNEX on ‘The Philosophy of Teaching Legal Philosophy in Hungary’ [2007]




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