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Complete samenvatting Encyclopedie der Rechtswetenschap I

Een complete samenvatting voor het vak Encyclopedie der rechtswetenschap I. Zelf heb ik hiermee een 9,1 gehaald! Bevat tevens tentamenvragen met antwoord. Inhoud: Introductie Verschillen en overeenkomsten recht en moraal Natuurrecht Rechtspositivisme Austin Hart Radbruch Kritiek rechtspositivisme NR en RP ontwikkeling Brede & smalle ethiek/moraal Vrijheidsbegrip De Oudheid Sofisme/sceptisme Plato Aristoteles Stoa Cicero Middeleeuwen Augustinus Thomas van Aquino Moderne tijd Machiavelli Hugo de Groot Hobbes Locke Spinoza Verlichting Rousseau Kant 19e eeuw Bentham Mill 38 Hegel Marx Kelsen

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