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Content Introduction 1¿41 Chapter One: The Reformation 42¿84 Chapter Two: The Early Enlightenment 85¿144 Chapter Three: German Idealism 145¿185 Chapter Four: Historicism and Romanticism 186¿224 Chapter Five: The Young Hegelians and Karl Marx 225¿262 Chapter Six: Positivism and Organic Theory 263¿306 Chapter Seven: The vitalist interlude 307¿337 Chapter Eight: Neo-Kantianism 338¿368 Chapter Nine: The Weimar Republic 369¿410 Chapter Ten: Critical Theory and the Law 411¿427 Chapter Eleven: The Dialectics of Refoundation 428¿444 Chapter Twelve: Habermas and Luhmann 445¿478 Conclusion 479¿481
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Political science -- Germany -- History.
Law -- Philosophy -- History.