Nineteenth Century German Legal Science

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There are two different conceptions of law that jurisprudence developed in continental Europe at the beginning of the 19th century: these two conceptions developed from two different linguistic areas – the French zone and the Germanic zone – and therefore came two different ways of understanding the work of lawyers theoretically and practically. Jurisprudence is one of the main components of the civil law tradition (after Roman law, canon law, commercial law and the legacy of the revolutionary period). Jurisprudence is above all the creation of German jurists of the mid and late nineteenth century and developed naturally from the ideas of Friedrich Carl von Savigny. Savigny argued that German codification should not follow the rationalist and secular thought of natural law that characterized French codification, but should be based on the principles of law historically in force in Germany. [1] It is called in German “Rechtswissenschaften” (plural) or “Rechtswissenschaft” (singular). [2] Becchi, P. (2009). Deutsche Rechtswissenschaft: Die Krise der Naturrechtstheorie, die Historismen und die “begriffliche Rechtswissenschaft”. In: Pattaro, E., Canale, D., Grossi, P., Hofmann, H., Riley, P. (eds.) A Treatise of Legal Philosophy and General Jurisprudence. Springer, Dordrecht. doi.org/10.1007/978-90-481-2964-5_5 A Treatise of Legal Philosophy and General Jurisprudence pp 185-224Cite as This is an overview of subscription content, accessible through your institution.

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