Sovereignty : a contribution to the theory of public and international law / Hermann Heller ; edited and introduced by David Dyzenhaus.

Hermann Heller was one of the leading public lawyers and legal and political theorists of the Weimar era, whose main interlocutors were two of the giants of twentieth century legal and political thought, Hans Kelsen and Carl Schmitt. In this 1927 work, Hermann Heller addresses the paradox of soverei...

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Main Author: Heller, Hermann, 1891-1933 (Author)
Other Authors: Dyzenhaus, David (Editor), Cooper, Belinda (Translator)
Format: Electronic
Published: Oxford : Oxford University Press, 2019.
Edition:First edition.
Series:History and theory of international law.
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