Table of contents for German political philosophy : the metaphysics of law / Chris Thornhill.

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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

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Political science -- Germany -- History.
Law -- Philosophy -- History.