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The school’s founder, Wilhelm Windelband (1848–1915), could not content himself with interpreting Kant: He wanted to go beyond Kant. Doing so meant applying the transcendental method not just to the world of nature but to that of culture. In this way, however, the Kantian method proved to be no longer adequate. The best-known work by Heinrich Rickert (1863–1936), a pupil of Windelband, is devoted to just this question, illustrating the “limits” (Grenzen) of the method of the natural sciences, whose concepts cannot explain, for example, the moral imperative of justice or the meaning and value of cultural creations in art, religion, and poetry, where what counts is the individuality of creation, not the generalization of a law of nature.
I am quite happy to devote to you these very words that Norberto Bobbio so graciously wrote to me in 1966. Enrico Pattaro PREFACE BY THE EDITORS OF VOLUME 12 With this Volume 12 (published in two tomes), this Treatise of Legal Philosophy and General Jurisprudence reaches completion. The first five volumes are devoted to theoretical problems: Volume 1, by Enrico Pattaro, thrashes out the crucial problem of the distinction between the law and the right, taking a few historical detours of considerable length along the way; Volume 2, by Hubert Rottleuthner, takes on the problem of the foundations of law; Volume 3, by Roger A.
The contributors to this volume are sixty-three. It should be borne in mind, in this respect, that under the Treatise rules, all contributors had to be native speakers of the languages spoken in the countries they were writing about, or at least they had to be so proficient in those languages as to be able to master the works in their original language. 3 Moreover, these countries are marked not only by linguistic differences but also by significant cultural ones, some of them contingent on whether or not the philosophy of law itself figures as an academic subject at university.