Le "positivisme" français dans la lumière du Nord : Le réalisme scandinave et la doctrine française

Abstract : While French classical legal scholars do not owe anything to Scandinavian realists, the latter knew the former and quoted them - mostly to criticise their adherence either to natural law or to legal positivism. Two French authors received particular attention: Duguit and Carré de Malberg. The former proclaimed himself a "sociological realist", though his realism is very far from the Scandinavian legal realism. On the other hand, Carré de Malberg considered himself a legal positivist but some of his main thesis may appear fairly close to the Scandinavian realists.
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Pierre Brunet. Le "positivisme" français dans la lumière du Nord : Le réalisme scandinave et la doctrine française. Revus: Journal for Constitutional Theory and Philosophy of Law, Centre for Studies on Democracy and European Constitutionality, 2014, pp.2-18. ⟨10.4000/revus.2931⟩. ⟨halshs-00009770⟩

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