Razón práctica, lo mecánico y teoría legal en Hobbes: la legalización de lo político

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    The gret theoritician of the rule of law, Thomas Hobbes, continues to have an influence in present conceptions of law and politics. His political theory of a system of government in which law rules is to a great extent founded in a peculiar concept of practical reason. The latter is a complex notion, with origin in the mechanistic conceptions of nature arising in the XVII. It has to be traced back to political tendencies in favour of individualism. A critical analysis of Hobbes’ rule of law and of his concept of practical reason sheds light over the task of understanding current international order.
    Bidragets titel på inmatningsspråkPractical Reason, Mechanics and Jurisprudence in Hobbes’ Rule of Law: the Legalisation of Politics
    Tidskriftrevista internacional de pensamiento politico
    Sidor (från-till)261-272
    Antal sidor12
    StatusPublicerad - 2010
    MoE-publikationstypA1 Tidskriftsartikel-refererad

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