Omar Brino

The Liberal Interpretation of Hegel and of «Bundesrepublik» State Law. From Joachim Ritter to Ernst-Wolfgang Böckenförde

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Keywords: Hegel, Ritter, Böckenförde, State Law.

In the decades after World War II, Joachim Ritter renewed the liberal interpretation of Hegel's political philosophy, emphasizing the dichotomy between civil society and State. Following Ritter's direction, the public law scholar Ernst-Wolfgang Böckenförde has compared Hegel's State law doctrine with that of the present-day democratic States: some differences are undeniable, but Hegel puts fundamental questions that are not obsolete at all.

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