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Law, Philosophy and National Socialism investigates the nexus between the philosophy and the reality of law in National Socialist Germany. What was the nature of law in Hitler's Germany? Was there a National Socialist jurisprudence? Concentrating upon a particular study of the philosophies of Martin Heidegger, Carl Schmitt and Gustav Radbruch, the book develops the thesis that the reality of National Socialist law was an expression of a specifically Heideggerian jurisprudence and moreover that the consequences of such a reality represent the potential consequences of any such jurisprudence.
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The Author: Ian Ward is a Lecturer in Law at the University of Durham, where he teaches Constitutional Law and the Philosophy of Law. A Graduate in Law and History from the University of Keele. He was awarded his Master's Degree from the University of Toronto and his Doctorate from the University of Cambridge.
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