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A Gateway between a Distant God and a Cruel World : The Contribution of Jewish German-Speaking Scholars to International Law

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A Gateway between a Distant God and a Cruel World : The Contribution of Jewish German-Speaking Scholars to International Law
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A Gateway between a Distant God and a Cruel World
Title remainder
The Contribution of Jewish German-Speaking Scholars to International Law
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Paz, Reut Yael
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  • 341.088296
  • 341.1
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KZ1242 -- .P39 2013eb
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non fiction
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dictionaries
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The Erik Castrén Institute Monographs on International Law and Human Rights
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v.16
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  • International law -- History
  • Jewish scholars -- Germany
  • Jews -- Germany -- History
  • Religion and law
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A Gateway between a Distant God and a Cruel World : The Contribution of Jewish German-Speaking Scholars to International Law
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  • A Gateway between a Distant God and a Cruel World -- Copyright -- Contents -- Foreword -- Acknowledgments -- Prologue -- 1. Introduction -- 1.1. Reading Judaism/Jewish Identity in International Law -- 1.1.1. Jewish Legal Denkstil/Denkkollektiv -- 1.1.2. Jewish Identity & Judaism -- 1.1.3. Jewish Cosmopolitanism -- 1.1.4. International Law as 'a (Jewish) Gateway to God' -- 1.2. Setting the Stage: Techniques, Precision and Structure -- 1.2.1. Wissenssoziologie -- 1.2.2. Collective Biography -- 1.3. Time and Place -- 1.4. Structure -- 2. Historical Background -- 2.1. On Direct and Indirect Impacts of Geo-Historical Factors -- 2.2. European Enlightenment(s) & Jewish Haskalah -- 2.3. Stepping into Modernity -- 2.4. Emancipation and Religion -- 2.5. The Geography of Emancipation -- 2.6. The Rubric of German Culture -- 2.7. Bildung in Hapsburg Empire and Germany: The Politics of Emancipation -- 2.7.1. The Habsburg Empire -- 2.7.2. A Detour into Galicia -- 2.8. Haskalah as a Link -- 2.8.1. The Haskalah's External and Internal Circumstances -- 2.8.2. External Conditions -- 2.8.3. Internal Conditions -- 2.9. Enlightenment(s) versus Emancipation -- 2.9.1. Kant and Mendelssohn -- 2.9.2. What is Enlightenment? -- 2.10. Evaluating Cosmopolitanism: Gebildeten vs. Maskilim -- 2.11. Conclusion: The Beginning -- 3. Jews, Universities and International Law -- 3.1. Retracing Jewish Legal Denkstil/Denkkollektiv -- 3.1.1. The Tower of Babel as the Origin of International Law -- 3.1.2. From Babel to Jewish Legal Denkstil/Denkkollektiv -- 3.2. To be (or not to be) Jewish in German-Speaking Universities -- 3.2.1. Jews and German Universities -- 3.2.2. Jews and Habsburg Universities -- 3.2.3. Galician Jews and Universities
  • 3.3. Jewish Legal Denkstil/Denkkollektiv as Gateways in German Law Faculties -- 3.3.1. Gans: Radical Hegelianism -- 3.3.2. Friedrich Julius Stahl: The 'Paul' of the 19th Century -- 3.3.3. Gabriel Riesser: Jewish Masculine Militarism -- 3.4. Jewish Cosmopolitanism with a Legal Denkstil/Denkkollektiv -- 3.5. First Parallel Development: International Law -- 3.6. Second Parallel Development: German Colonialism -- 3.7. Modern Cosmopolitan Strategies -- 4. First Steps towards Jewish Gateways to God in International Law -- 4.1. Structural Paths to God's Universality -- 4.1.1. The Path of Truth and/or Goodness? -- 4.1.2. Rosenzweig's Truth vs. Levinas' Goodness -- 4.2. Georg Jellinek -- 4.2.1. Contextualizing Jellinek's Jewish Background -- 4.2.2. Georg Jellinek's Legal Approach as a Gateway to God -- 4.3. Jellinek's Gateway to God between Truth and Goodness -- 5. Dramatis Personae: Background, Career, Intellectual 'Seasons' and Judaic Affiliations -- 5.1. Collective Biography -- 5.2. Comparison of Early Lives -- 5.2.1. Familial Backgrounds -- 5.2.1.1. Erich Kaufmann (1880-1972) -- 5.2.1.2. Hans Kelsen (1881-1973) -- 5.2.1.3. Hersch Lauterpacht (1897-1960) -- 5.2.1.4. Hans J. Morgenthau (1904-1980) -- 5.2.2. Early Education and Aspirations -- 5.2.2.1. Kaufmann -- 5.2.2.2. Kelsen -- 5.2.2.3. Lauterpacht -- 5.2.2.4. Morgenthau -- 5.2.3. The Early Academic Careers: Orientations and Intellectual Influences -- 5.2.3.1. Kaufmann -- 5.2.3.2. Kelsen -- 5.2.3.3. Lauterpacht -- 5.2.3.4. Morgenthau -- 5.3. Jewish Heritage: Relating to Judaism and Jewish Resources -- 5.3.1. Kaufmann -- 5.3.2. Kelsen -- 5.3.3. Lauterpacht -- 5.3.4. Morgenthau -- 5.4. Later Intellectual and Political 'Seasons' and Careers -- 5.4.1. Kaufmann - German Conviction -- 5.4.1.1. Initial Choices -- 5.4.1.2. Start of Career -- 5.4.1.3. Crucial Choices
  • 5.4.2. Kelsen - Search and Commitment -- 5.4.2.1. Initial Choices -- 5.4.2.2. Start of Career -- 5.4.2.3. Crucial Choices -- 5.4.2.4. Persecution, Escape, Relocations -- 5.4.2.5. The Impact of the Holocaust and the Independence of Israel -- 5.4.3. Lauterpacht - Commitment and Choice -- 5.4.3.1. Initial Choices -- 5.4.3.2. Start of Career -- 5.4.3.3. Crucial Choices -- 5.4.3.4. The Impact of the Holocaust and the Independence of Israel -- 5.4.4. Morgenthau - Doubt, Search, and Doubt Again -- 5.4.4.1. Initial Choices -- 5.4.4.2. Start of Career -- 5.4.4.3. Persecution, Escape, Relocations -- 5.4.4.3.1. Geneva -- 5.4.4.3.2. Madrid -- 5.4.4.3.3. America - Starting Again -- 5.4.4.4. The Impact of the Holocaust -- 5.5. Jewish Identity and Availing of Opportunities -- 5.5.1. Kaufmann -- 5.5.2. Kelsen -- 5.5.3. Lauterpacht -- 5.5.4. Morgenthau -- 6. The Gateways to God of the Dramatis Personae -- 6.1. The Basic Doctrine: 'went looking for God, will be back soon' -- 6.2. Kaufmann's Factual-Morality -- 6.2.1. Overcoming Liberal Dichotomies by Aufhebung -- 6.2.2. Aufgehobende Vaterlandsliebe -- 6.3. Kelsen's Normative-Scientism -- 6.3.1. From Wertvakuum to Legal Normativism -- 6.3.2. Transcendental Scientism -- 6.4. Lauterpacht's Normative-Morality -- 6.4.1. Idealizing the Complete in Incompleteness -- 6.4.2. Rabbinical Morality -- 6.5. Morgenthau's Factual-Scientism -- 6.5.1. Idealizing Universal Realism -- 6.5.2. The Quest for Truth by Eliminating Morality -- 6.6. Similarities and Differences? -- 6.7. Mutual Dependencies -- 7. Ascertaining the Gateways to God - First Illustration -- 7.1. Realizing the Structure of Argument in International Cases -- 7.2. Kaufmann: Post-War Vaterlandsliebe and International Law -- 7.3. Kelsen's Assessment of Nuremberg
  • 7.4. Lauterpacht: Drafting the Israeli Declaration of Independence -- 7.5. Morgenthau: The Moral Dilemma of the Middle East -- 7.6. Sustaining Doctrinal Necessities - First Illustration -- 8. Ascertaining the Gateways to God - Second Illustration -- 8.1. Legal Debates with Jewishness as an Undertone -- 8.2. Kelsen vs. Schmitt -- 8.3. Kaufmann vs. Smend vs. Schmitt vs. Nawiasky vs. Kelsen -- 8.4. Morgenthau vs. Schmitt -- Morgenthau vs. Laski -- 8.5. Lauterpacht vs. Carr vs. Stone (vs. Kelsen) -- Lauterpacht vs. Kaufmann -- 8.6. Sustaining Doctrinal Necessities - Second Illustration -- 9. Conclusions -- Bibliography -- Index
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1st ed.
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1 online resource (415 pages)
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9789004228740
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  • (OCoLC)820345632
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A Gateway between a Distant God and a Cruel World : The Contribution of Jewish German-Speaking Scholars to International Law
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Copyright
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Contents
  • A Gateway between a Distant God and a Cruel World -- Copyright -- Contents -- Foreword -- Acknowledgments -- Prologue -- 1. Introduction -- 1.1. Reading Judaism/Jewish Identity in International Law -- 1.1.1. Jewish Legal Denkstil/Denkkollektiv -- 1.1.2. Jewish Identity & Judaism -- 1.1.3. Jewish Cosmopolitanism -- 1.1.4. International Law as 'a (Jewish) Gateway to God' -- 1.2. Setting the Stage: Techniques, Precision and Structure -- 1.2.1. Wissenssoziologie -- 1.2.2. Collective Biography -- 1.3. Time and Place -- 1.4. Structure -- 2. Historical Background -- 2.1. On Direct and Indirect Impacts of Geo-Historical Factors -- 2.2. European Enlightenment(s) & Jewish Haskalah -- 2.3. Stepping into Modernity -- 2.4. Emancipation and Religion -- 2.5. The Geography of Emancipation -- 2.6. The Rubric of German Culture -- 2.7. Bildung in Hapsburg Empire and Germany: The Politics of Emancipation -- 2.7.1. The Habsburg Empire -- 2.7.2. A Detour into Galicia -- 2.8. Haskalah as a Link -- 2.8.1. The Haskalah's External and Internal Circumstances -- 2.8.2. External Conditions -- 2.8.3. Internal Conditions -- 2.9. Enlightenment(s) versus Emancipation -- 2.9.1. Kant and Mendelssohn -- 2.9.2. What is Enlightenment? -- 2.10. Evaluating Cosmopolitanism: Gebildeten vs. Maskilim -- 2.11. Conclusion: The Beginning -- 3. Jews, Universities and International Law -- 3.1. Retracing Jewish Legal Denkstil/Denkkollektiv -- 3.1.1. The Tower of Babel as the Origin of International Law -- 3.1.2. From Babel to Jewish Legal Denkstil/Denkkollektiv -- 3.2. To be (or not to be) Jewish in German-Speaking Universities -- 3.2.1. Jews and German Universities -- 3.2.2. Jews and Habsburg Universities -- 3.2.3. Galician Jews and Universities
  • 3.3. Jewish Legal Denkstil/Denkkollektiv as Gateways in German Law Faculties -- 3.3.1. Gans: Radical Hegelianism -- 3.3.2. Friedrich Julius Stahl: The 'Paul' of the 19th Century -- 3.3.3. Gabriel Riesser: Jewish Masculine Militarism -- 3.4. Jewish Cosmopolitanism with a Legal Denkstil/Denkkollektiv -- 3.5. First Parallel Development: International Law -- 3.6. Second Parallel Development: German Colonialism -- 3.7. Modern Cosmopolitan Strategies -- 4. First Steps towards Jewish Gateways to God in International Law -- 4.1. Structural Paths to God's Universality -- 4.1.1. The Path of Truth and/or Goodness? -- 4.1.2. Rosenzweig's Truth vs. Levinas' Goodness -- 4.2. Georg Jellinek -- 4.2.1. Contextualizing Jellinek's Jewish Background -- 4.2.2. Georg Jellinek's Legal Approach as a Gateway to God -- 4.3. Jellinek's Gateway to God between Truth and Goodness -- 5. Dramatis Personae: Background, Career, Intellectual 'Seasons' and Judaic Affiliations -- 5.1. Collective Biography -- 5.2. Comparison of Early Lives -- 5.2.1. Familial Backgrounds -- 5.2.1.1. Erich Kaufmann (1880-1972) -- 5.2.1.2. Hans Kelsen (1881-1973) -- 5.2.1.3. Hersch Lauterpacht (1897-1960) -- 5.2.1.4. Hans J. Morgenthau (1904-1980) -- 5.2.2. Early Education and Aspirations -- 5.2.2.1. Kaufmann -- 5.2.2.2. Kelsen -- 5.2.2.3. Lauterpacht -- 5.2.2.4. Morgenthau -- 5.2.3. The Early Academic Careers: Orientations and Intellectual Influences -- 5.2.3.1. Kaufmann -- 5.2.3.2. Kelsen -- 5.2.3.3. Lauterpacht -- 5.2.3.4. Morgenthau -- 5.3. Jewish Heritage: Relating to Judaism and Jewish Resources -- 5.3.1. Kaufmann -- 5.3.2. Kelsen -- 5.3.3. Lauterpacht -- 5.3.4. Morgenthau -- 5.4. Later Intellectual and Political 'Seasons' and Careers -- 5.4.1. Kaufmann - German Conviction -- 5.4.1.1. Initial Choices -- 5.4.1.2. Start of Career -- 5.4.1.3. Crucial Choices
  • 5.4.2. Kelsen - Search and Commitment -- 5.4.2.1. Initial Choices -- 5.4.2.2. Start of Career -- 5.4.2.3. Crucial Choices -- 5.4.2.4. Persecution, Escape, Relocations -- 5.4.2.5. The Impact of the Holocaust and the Independence of Israel -- 5.4.3. Lauterpacht - Commitment and Choice -- 5.4.3.1. Initial Choices -- 5.4.3.2. Start of Career -- 5.4.3.3. Crucial Choices -- 5.4.3.4. The Impact of the Holocaust and the Independence of Israel -- 5.4.4. Morgenthau - Doubt, Search, and Doubt Again -- 5.4.4.1. Initial Choices -- 5.4.4.2. Start of Career -- 5.4.4.3. Persecution, Escape, Relocations -- 5.4.4.3.1. Geneva -- 5.4.4.3.2. Madrid -- 5.4.4.3.3. America - Starting Again -- 5.4.4.4. The Impact of the Holocaust -- 5.5. Jewish Identity and Availing of Opportunities -- 5.5.1. Kaufmann -- 5.5.2. Kelsen -- 5.5.3. Lauterpacht -- 5.5.4. Morgenthau -- 6. The Gateways to God of the Dramatis Personae -- 6.1. The Basic Doctrine: 'went looking for God, will be back soon' -- 6.2. Kaufmann's Factual-Morality -- 6.2.1. Overcoming Liberal Dichotomies by Aufhebung -- 6.2.2. Aufgehobende Vaterlandsliebe -- 6.3. Kelsen's Normative-Scientism -- 6.3.1. From Wertvakuum to Legal Normativism -- 6.3.2. Transcendental Scientism -- 6.4. Lauterpacht's Normative-Morality -- 6.4.1. Idealizing the Complete in Incompleteness -- 6.4.2. Rabbinical Morality -- 6.5. Morgenthau's Factual-Scientism -- 6.5.1. Idealizing Universal Realism -- 6.5.2. The Quest for Truth by Eliminating Morality -- 6.6. Similarities and Differences? -- 6.7. Mutual Dependencies -- 7. Ascertaining the Gateways to God - First Illustration -- 7.1. Realizing the Structure of Argument in International Cases -- 7.2. Kaufmann: Post-War Vaterlandsliebe and International Law -- 7.3. Kelsen's Assessment of Nuremberg
  • 7.4. Lauterpacht: Drafting the Israeli Declaration of Independence -- 7.5. Morgenthau: The Moral Dilemma of the Middle East -- 7.6. Sustaining Doctrinal Necessities - First Illustration -- 8. Ascertaining the Gateways to God - Second Illustration -- 8.1. Legal Debates with Jewishness as an Undertone -- 8.2. Kelsen vs. Schmitt -- 8.3. Kaufmann vs. Smend vs. Schmitt vs. Nawiasky vs. Kelsen -- 8.4. Morgenthau vs. Schmitt -- Morgenthau vs. Laski -- 8.5. Lauterpacht vs. Carr vs. Stone (vs. Kelsen) -- Lauterpacht vs. Kaufmann -- 8.6. Sustaining Doctrinal Necessities - Second Illustration -- 9. Conclusions -- Bibliography -- Index
Control code
UMKCLawddaEBC1081521
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Edition
1st ed.
Extent
1 online resource (415 pages)
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9789004228740
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  • (CaPaEBR)ebr10631682
  • (OCoLC)820345632

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