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Gerechtigkeit ist kein Thema

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This paper focuses on justice in Hegel's philosophy of law. Starting with the observation of justice not being mentioned explicitly in German law merely at all, the claim towards a philosophy of law to explain this silence of the law, is asserted towards Hegel (I). Hegel's Grundlinien contain notions of justice only in fragments as well (II 1 and 2). Where a concept of justice (as positivized and therefore factual preconditions of Generality – Hegel's Allgemeinheit) can be reconstructed nonetheless (II 3), that concept is neither prior to the law (as in classical natural law) nor to be determined strictly by law (as in classical legal positivism) (III). Aside freedom, justice is the idea of Hegel's concept of law (IV), which is concrete (konkret) in the sense of Hegel aiming to comprehend the reality of law. Hence Hegel's concept of objective spirit (objektiver Geist) is as fragmentary as the law itself (V).
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Language: German

Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: March 1, 2019

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  • The journal Zeitschrift für philosophische Forschung, appearing since 1946, is among the most important academic German language journals. It is open to all topics, approaches, and positions of philosophical thought. Given the increasing differentiation and specialization of the field, it thus constitutes a forum offering its various disciplines the opportunity for mutual recognition and exchange. The articles published in it are subject to an anonymous peer review in which internationally renowned scholars of all areas of contemporary philosophical research participate.

    Die seit 1946 erscheinende Zeitschrift für philosophische Forschung gehört zu den wichtigsten deutschsprachigen Fachzeitschriften und steht allen Themen, Richtungen und Positionen der philosophischen Forschung offen. Angesichts der zunehmenden Ausdifferenzierung und Spezialisierung des Faches bietet sie damit auch ein Forum, in dem die verschiedenen Teildisziplinen sich gegenseitig wahrnehmen und in ein gemeinsames Gespräch kommen können. Die in ihr publizierten Abhandlungen durchlaufen ein anonymes Begutachtungsverfahren, an dem international anerkannte Forscher aus allen Spezialgebieten der gegenwärtigen philosophischen Forschung beteiligt sind.
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