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Tables of Contents for Public Law in Germany, 1800-1914
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German Public Law around 1800
1
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From Enlightened Absolutism to the constitutional Period in Germany
Pauses in the History of Scholarship
The End of an Epoch
Reichspublizistik in the Endphase of the Empire
The Tradition and the Interruption of 1806
Natural Law and Early Constitutionalism
Public and Private Law
The Last of Reichspublizistik
The Decline of the Empire and the Defeat of Prussia
The Confederation of the Rhine and Its Literature
The Political and Literary Situation
The New Sovereignty
The Confederation of the Rhine as a Federal State
Conclusion
The Congress of Vienna and the German Confederation
41
49
The Congress of Vienna and the Founding of the German Confederation
Public Law before 1848
J. L. Kluber
Sources of the Law and Sructural Sketches
K.E. Weib, and H. Zopfl
H.A. Zacharia
Basic Dogmatic Positions
The Possibility of a Common German Constitutional Law
``Constitution''
The Monarchical Principle
Ministerial Responsibility, Countersignature
State Sovereignty and Legal Persons
Popular Representatives and their Rights
Territorial Estate or Parliament?
The Bicameral System, Franchise, Privy Council
Reserved Laws and Fundamental Rights
Judicial Power
The Constitution and the Military
Constitutional Law and Politics
Scholarship on the Common Constitution before 1848
90
71
Conservativism, Romanticism, and Restoration
Introduction
Terminology
From the Machine to the Organism
Movements against Rationalism and Individualism
Philosophies of Identity
J.G. Fichte
F.W. Schelling
G.W.F. Hegel
Philosophy of Identity in the Political Context
Political Romanticism
Restoration and Theories of the State
K. L. v. Haller
F.V. Gentz
F. Ancillon
C. E. Jarcke
Conservative Doctrines of a General Constitution
F. J. Stahl
Summation
Liberalism
Groupings
Stages of Development
Vernunftrechtlich Liberalism
K. V. Rotteck
J. Chr. V. Aretin and W.J. Behr
K.H.L. Politz
F. Murhard
K.E. Schmid
S. Jordan
C.S. Zacharia
R. V. Mohl
Historic-Organic Liberalism
C. Th. Welcker
P.A. Pfizer
F. Chr. Dahlmann
F. Schmitthenner
Conclusion
The Constitutional Law of Individual States
161
46
The Constitutional Movement
Sources for State Law Before 1848
Wurttemberg
Bavaria
Baden
Electoral-Hesse
Hesse-Darmstadt and Nassau
Hanover
Brunswick
Mecklenburg
Saxony and Thuringia
The Kingdom of Saxony
The Saxon-Thuringian Smaller States
Schleswig, Holstein and Lauenburg
The Free Cities
Prussia
Austria
The Beginnings of Administrative Law before 1848
207
41
Introduction
Overview
Training for Future Admi nistrators
Changes in the Duties of the State
Administrative Control
Public Policy, Public Affairs, Administrative Law
The Study of Public Policy Before 1800
Public Policy in the Transition to Early Constitutionalism
G. H.v.Berg
Public Policy up to 1830
The First Phase of an Independent Administrative Law
R. V. Mohl
Administrative Law before 1848
Summary
Constitutional Law in the Revolution of 1848
248
17
The German Revolution
``Political Professors''
The Revolution of 1848/49
The Universities
The States
The National Assembly
The Consequences
Disappointment
Realpolitik
The Turn to Positivism
Possibilities for Development
Individual State Constitutional and Administrative Law Before 1914
265
44
The Initial Situation after 1850
The Development in Individual States
Bavaria
Wurttemberg
Baden
Hesse-Darmstadt
Prussia
Austria-Hungary
Saxony
Thuringia, Brunswick, Oldenburg, Lippe, and Mecklenburg
Alsace-Lothringen
The Free Cities
Summary
General German Constitutional Law---The Doctrine of the Imperial State
309
64
General German Constitutional Law up to the Founding of the Empire (1850-1866)
Introduction
Compendia of Federal State Law
Presentations in the New Direction before 1866
J.v. Held
G.A. Grotefend
K.v. Kaltenborn
O. Mejer
H. Schulze (V. Gaevernitz)
``Legal Method'' and the Doctrine of Imperial State Law
Transition in Methodology in Civil Law
Transition in Methodology in Public Law: C. F. V. Gerber
The Breach in Positive Constitutional Law
Constitutional Law in the North German Confederation
Imperial Constitutional Law and the Transition to Legal Positivism
P. Laband
Doctrine of Constitutional Law to World War I
Contemporaries and Opponents of Laband
Historically Grounded Positivism
G. Meyer
G. Anschutz
H. Schulze
Material Doctrine of Constitutional Law
Collectives and Self-Administration as a Counter-Model
O. V. Gierke
H. Preuss
H. Rosin
Main Dogmatic Issues
Federal State or Union of States
The State as ``Legal Person'' and Its Organs
Laws and Ordinances, the Bifurcated Concept of the Law
Fundamental Rights and Subjective-Public Rights
Unwritten Constitutional Law---the Transition in the Constitution
Journals
Administrative Law and Administrative Doctrine, 1850-1914
373
46
The Development of Administrative Law from 1850
Introduction
Political-Scientific Concepts
R. V. Gneist
L. v. Stein
H. Roesler
The Establishment of a ``Generalized Section''
The Beginnings
F. F. Mayer
E. v. Meier
G. Meyer
O. v. Sarwey
E. Loening
K. Baron v. Stengel
The Perfection of the ``Generalized Section''
Otto Mayer
Developments up to 1914
Dogmatic Positions
Administrative Briefs, Particular Power Relationships, Public Law Contracts
Public Property
The Binding Legal Nature of Administrative Actions
Institutional Forms
Journals
The Doctrine of Administration
The End of the Science of Public Policy
Stein and his Successors
Doctrine of the State, 1850-1914
419
41
The Last Years of the German Confederation
Confrontation with a Fait Accompli
Terminology and Boundaries
Natural Law and Late Idealism
K. Chr. F. Krause and H. Ahrens
L.J. Gerstner and H. Bischof
J. C. Bluntschli
J. v. Held
The Realistic Conception of the State
The Turn to Naturalism
Comparative Law in Public Law
``The Dry Season'': From the North German Confederation to the End of the Century
Outsiders
L. Gumplowicz
G. Ratzenhofer
A. Menger
F. Oppenheimer
Fin de Siecle
Centrifugal Tendencies
The Synthesis: Georg Jellinek (1851-1911)
National State or State in an Industrialized Society?
Bibliography
460
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Index
Subject Index
487
6
Primary Name Index
493
11
Secondary Name Index
504