1. Horst Eidenmüller, Florian Faust, Hans Christoph Grigoleit, Nils Jansen, Gerhard Wagner & Reinhard Zimmermann (2008). The Common Frame of Reference for European Private Law—Policy Choices and Codification Problems. Oxford Journal of Legal Studies 28 (4):659-708.
    At the beginning of the year, the Draft Common Frame of Reference (DCFR) was published. The text is the result of the work of a broad range of private law scholars from the Member States of the European Union, and it presents itself as an ‘academic’ document, committed to the precepts of scholarship rather than politics. Notwithstanding its unwieldy name, the text is nothing less than the draft of the central components of a European Civil Code. The following article aims (...)
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  2. Horst Eidenmüller (1991). Rights, Systems of Rights, and Unger's System of Rights: Part. [REVIEW] Law and Philosophy 10 (1):1 - 28.
    Critical legal scholarship has so far been concerned primarily with trashing or deconstructing the belief clusters of "liberalism". Negative posturing of this kind is not the only feature of the movement, though. Roberto Unger has dreamt up a sociopolitical vision that presents an "empowered democracy". An important element of his "empowered democracy" is a new system of rights. Part 1 of my essay contains an analysis of the notion of a subjective right. I argue that both Hohfeld's fundamental legal conceptions (...)
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  3. Horst eidenmüller (1991). Unger's System of Rights: Part. [REVIEW] Law and Philosophy 10 (2):119 - 159.
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