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THE CHANGING CONCEPTION OF LAW

E. F. Albertsworth
American Bar Association Journal
Vol. 8, No. 11 (NOVEMBER, 1922), pp. 673-676, 706
Published by: American Bar Association
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/25711057
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Subjects: Law
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[Footnotes]
  • 1
    Windelband, A History of Philosophy, p. 85.
  • 2
    Ethik, 2nd edition, p. 566.
  • 3
    Fisher, The Administration of Equity Through Common Law Forms in Pennsylvania, Select Essays in Anglo-American Legal His- tory, II, 810.
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    This reference contains 2 citations:
    • Stobbe, Hermann Conring, Der Begründer der deutschen Rechtsgeschichte
    • Brunner, Grundzüge der deutschen Rechtsge- schichte. See. 64.
  • 5
    Rogers, History of Philosophy, 126.
  • 6
    This reference contains 2 citations:
    • Freeman, Retroactive Operation of Decisions, 18 Col. L. Rev. 230
    • Carpenter, Court Decisions and the Common Law, 17 Col. L. Rev. 593.
  • 7
    Cardozo, The Nature of the Judicial Process, 158.
  • 8
    This reference contains 2 citations:
    • Gray, Definitions and Questions in Jurisprudence, 6 Harv. L. Rev. 24
    • Nature and Sources of the Law, sec. 602.
  • 9
    Mr. Justice Cardozo's stimulating discussion of this view in The Nature of the Judicial Process, 126 et seq.
  • 10
    This reference contains 2 citations:
    • Blackwood Wright, The French Civil Code, 2, note c
    • Dernburg, Pandekten, I, No. 23.
  • 11
    This reference contains 2 citations:
    • Kohler, Lehrbuch des Bürgerlichen Recths, I, Nos. 38, 39
    • Pound, The Enforcement of Law, 20 Green Bag, 401.
  • 12
    Pound, Theories of Law, 22 Yale L. Journ. 114.
  • 13
    Andrew D. White, A History of the Warfare Between Science and Theology in Christendom, ii, 140.
  • 14
    This reference contains 4 citations:
    • Perry, Present Philosophical Tendencies, 46
    • Foster, The Finality of the Christian Religion, 345
    • G. B. Smith, A Guide to the Study of the Christian Religion, preface
    • McGiffert, The Rise of Modern Religious Ideas, ch. 2. et seq,
  • 15
    Proceedings of American Society for Advancement of Science, Science, April, 1922.
  • 16
    McGiffert, The His- tory of Protestant Thought Since Kant, Introduction.
  • 17
    Pound, End of Law as Developed in Juristic Thought, SO Harv. L. Rev. 20L
  • 18
    Berolzheimer, The World's Legal Philosophies, 387-391; 456-466.
  • 19
    The Nature of the Judicial Process, 166-167.
  • 20
    Collected Legal Papers, 181.
  • 21
    This reference contains 3 citations:
    • Garst v. Harris (1900), 177 Mass. 72
    • Dr. Miles Med. Co. v. John D. Park & Sons Co. (1911), 220 U. S. 373
    • Federal Trade Commission v. Beech-Nut Packing Co., 42 Sup. Ct. R. 150.
  • 22
    De la Personallite Juridique, 45.
  • 23
    Ethik, 2nd ed., 581.