Ethics Out of Law

Ethics Out of Law

Hermann Cohen and the "Neighbor"

University of Toronto Press






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Introduction 1. Cohen's "Methodistic" Founding of Ethics in Legal Science: Generation of the Legal Person 2. "For the Idea of Law [Gesetz] He Substitutes Morality": Understanding Law in Cohen's Ethik, with Help from the Early Strauss 3. Philosophico-Political Theology as Method: From Strauss's Philosophy and Law to Cohen's "Philosophy of Jewish Religion" 4. Isolation and Universalism: Cohen's New Messianic Politics of Jewish Law 5. Against "Affective Expansiveness": Cohen's Critique of Stammler's Theory of "Right Law" 6. The "Neighbor" as an Institution of Law (Recht), from the Ethik to the "Jewish Writings"