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The book argues that these evolutions in philosophical thought were bound up with the consolidation of capitalism, and with the ideas about human existence and human nature which emerged in that process. It provides an innovative analysis of the selected biography of ideas which it presents, including a detailed focus on the work of Hans Kelsen, one of the leading positivist thinkers of the twentieth century. It also argues that the work of Lassa Oppenheim should be included within this analysis, as providing some of the key founding texts of positivism in international law. This book will be a fascinating read for scholars and students of international legal theory, historians of ideas, and legal philosophers.
Monica Garcia-Salmones Rovira, Post-doctoral Research Fellow, Erik Castren Institute of International Law and Human Rights, University of Helsinki
Monica Garcia-Salmones Rovira is a post-doctoral research fellow at the Erik Castren Institute of International Law and Human Rights at the University of Helsinki, within the Academy of Finland project 'History of International Law, between Religion and Empire'. Her research interests include international legal theory, positivism (Thomas Hobbes and Hans Kelsen), economic-positivism, legal philosophy, and the history of international law in the 19th and 20th centuries.