Franz Neumann, o direito e a teoria crítica Franz Neumann, the law and the critical theory
Author(s)José Rodrigo Rodriguez
capitalismo e Estado de direito
capitalism and the rule of law
Political science (General)
DOAJ:Law and Political Science
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AbstractEste artigo apresenta o pensamento de Franz Neumann situando-o na tradição dos autores da Teoria Crítica da Sociedade. O texto apresenta os argumentos centrais da obra The Rule of Law: Political Theory and the Legal System in Modern Society de 1937, centrando-se na discussão das implicações da crise da República de Weimar sobre o pensamento do autor. O impacto teórico desta crise motiva a reformulação do conceito de Direito, compreendido num contexto de politização do capitalismo. O Direito deixa de ser considerado como mera superestrutura e passa a pensado como momento necessário da revolução socialista.<br>This article presents Franz Neumann as a Critical Theory representative. It discusses the central arguments of Neumann's The Rule of Law: Political Theory and the Legal System in Modern Society (1937), focusing on the theoretical impact of Weimar crisis on Neumann's thought. This impact motivates a reformulation of the concept of Law. In a context of politicization of capitalism, Law should not be conceived as mere superstructure, but as a necessary moment of the socialist revolution.
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