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Fritz Berolzheimer, Juris Doctor (January 3, 1869 – 1920) was a German philosopher of law. He was the author of the five volume System der Rechts- und Wirtschaftsphilosophie (1904-07).[1] In 1907 he co-founded the Archiv für Rechts- und Wirtschaftsphilosophie (ARWP).

Principal works[edit]

  • Rechtsphilosophische Studien (Munich, 1903)
  • Die Entgeltung im Strafrecht (Munich, 1903)
  • System der Rechts- und Wirtschaftsphilosophie (Munich, 1904-07)
    • Volume 1. Kritik des Erkenntnisinhaltes (Munich, 1904)
    • Volume 2. Die Kulturstufen der Rechts- und Wirtschaftsphilosophie (Munich, 1905)
    • Volume 3. Philosophie des Staates samt den Grundzügen der Politik (Munich, 1906)
    • Volume 4. Philosophie des Vermögens einschliesslich des Handelsverkehrs (Munich, 1907)
    • Volume 5. Strafrechtsphilosophie und Strafrechtsreform (Munich, 1907)
  • Deutschland von Heute (Berlin, 1909)
  • Die Gefahren einer Gefühlsjurisprudenz in der Gegenwart (Berlin, 1911)
  • The World's Legal Philosophies (Modern Legal Philosophy Series, Vol. 2), Lawbook Exchange Ltd 2002, ISBN 1-58477-255-7

Berolzheimer texts online[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Berolzheimer, Fritz (2002). World's Legal Philosophies. Lawbook Exchange Ltd. pp. p. xxxix. ISBN 1-58477-255-7. 

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