This paper aims to split the Hegel’s Elements of Philosophy of Right according three different logics: the first of practical-general nature; the second of political and legal nature, focused about the concept of recognition and of criminal sanction; and at last the third of legal nature strictly. If the first of this logics changes itself into the attempt to identify the practical-general problem of freedom in the concept of law, at the opposite the other two logics could represent a draft of a validity’s theory of the individually regarded legal norm. In this way, identifying the problem of freedom with the idea of right, Hegel should have guess a basic become distinction in the contemporary general theory of Law, as between Concept and Validity of Law

Concetto e validità del diritto nei “Lineamenti di filosofia del diritto” di Hegel

Di Carlo, L.
2019

Abstract

This paper aims to split the Hegel’s Elements of Philosophy of Right according three different logics: the first of practical-general nature; the second of political and legal nature, focused about the concept of recognition and of criminal sanction; and at last the third of legal nature strictly. If the first of this logics changes itself into the attempt to identify the practical-general problem of freedom in the concept of law, at the opposite the other two logics could represent a draft of a validity’s theory of the individually regarded legal norm. In this way, identifying the problem of freedom with the idea of right, Hegel should have guess a basic become distinction in the contemporary general theory of Law, as between Concept and Validity of Law
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