Juli/August 2022: Feuerbach und das Recht im 19. Jahrhundert
Im Mittelpunkt meines aktuellen Antiquariatskatalogs steht mit Paul Johann Anselm von Feuerbach (1775-1833) der große Strafrechtler, einer der bedeutendsten Rechtsgelehrten des 19. Jahrhunderts in Deutschland, der auf dem Frankfurter Hauptfriedhof begraben liegt. – The focus of my current antiquarian catalogue is Paul Johann Anselm von Feuerbach (1775-1833), the great criminal lawyer, one of the most important legal scholars of the 19th century in Germany, who is buried in Frankfurt’s main cemetery. In addition to rare original publications by Feuerbach, the catalogue provides writings by his contemporary philosophical-legal discussion environment as well as criminal law textbooks and writings on the development of criminal law in the 19th century, plus some works on criminal law before Feuerbach. The criminal law section of the catalogue is supplemented by titles on old constitutional law, on natural law and the law of reason, on German „Staatswissenschaften“, on legal history as well as on the importance of Hugo Donellus for German civil law in the 19th century. The catalogue offers the extremely rare first Opera Omnia edition of the writings of Donellus, which was published in 12 volumes in Lucca, Italy, between 1762 and 1770. It is the model for later Donellus editions and the basis of the reception of Donellus in the 19th century.