State of Affairs. Reconstructing the Controversy over Sachverhalt

Munich: Philosophia Verlag (2021)
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The book State of Affairs reconstructs the controversy over Sachverhalt in the German and Austria tradition. The author offers an overview of the different proposals made regarding the meaning of “Sachverhalt”. The aim is to present various approaches and show different perspectives and methods in studying its meaning. Each of these proposals provides a new definition of the concept. The main theme of these pages it to reproduce the debate about a concept that, finally, has come to be used efficiently in the legal field. The discussion reveals numerous aspects by which philosophy has contributed to this development.

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Jesús Padilla Gálvez
Universidad de Castilla-La Mancha

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