The humanistic-legal problematic in Solov'ëv's philosophical journalism

Erikh Solov'ëv

pp. 115-139

Could anyone shake nineteenth century Russia out of herphilosophico-juridical stagnation? Was there anyone whodared speak of rights, of freedoms based on vital principles?Was there anyone who had the courage to suggest that the lawof force be turned into recognition of the force of law, orwas bold enough to call for the revival of natural law onits idealist reading? Solov'ëv turned out to be the thinkerwho was able to do these things. An amateur in juridicalquestions, remote from the enlightenment rationalizations ofpolitical liberalism, Solov'ëv set out to lay the basis forjuridical freedom in way that was unexpected philosophicallyand culturally.

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DOI: 10.1023/A:1022909529936

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Solov'ëv, E. (2003). The humanistic-legal problematic in Solov'ëv's philosophical journalism. Studies in East European Thought 55 (2), pp. 115-139.

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