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Kelsen, Hans, 1881-1973

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Personal name headingKelsen, Hans, 1881-1973
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Variant(s)Kelʹzen, Gans, 1881-1973
Kʻo-lu-sun, 1881-1973
קלזן, הנס, 1881-1973
Birth date18811011
Death date19730420
Field of activityInternational law Constitutional law Legal positivism Law--Philosophy Jurisprudence
AffiliationUniversität Wien
Austria. Verfassungsgerichtshof
Universität zu Köln
Graduate Institute of International Studies (Geneva, Switzerland)
University of California, Berkeley
Profession or occupationLaw teachers College teachers Judges Authors
Professor of law
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Found inHis Die staatslehre des Dante Alighieri ... 1905.
His Fa lü yü kuo chia, 1976: t.p. (Kʻo-lu-sun)
Das problem der souveränität und die theorie des völkerrechts, 1928: title page (Hans Kelsen)
Britannica.com, academic edition, February 6, 2013 (Hans Kelsen; born October 11, 1881, Prague, Bohemia, Austria-Hungary (now in Czech Republic); died April 20, 1973, Berkeley, Calif., U.S.; Austrian-American legal philosopher, teacher, jurist, and writer on international law, who formulated a kind of positivism known as the "pure theory" of law; immigrated to the United States in 1940; he wrote the Austrian constitution adopted in 1920 and served as a judge of the Austrian Supreme Constitutional Court, 1920-1930; professor of law at University of Vienna, 1919-1930; at University of Cologne, 1930-1933; at the Graduate Institute of International Studies, 1934-1940; a full professor at the University of California, Berkeley, 1945)
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