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Outline of a Phenomenology of Right

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  title={Outline of a Phenomenology of Right},
  author={Alexandre Koj{\`e}ve and Bryan-Paul Frost and Robert L. Howse},
  year={2000}
}
Chapter 1 Preliminary Remarks Part 2 Droit As Such Chapter 3 Definition of Droit Chapter 4 The Reality of Droit Chapter 5 The Specificity and Autonomy of Droit: The Juridical Activity in its Relations with other Human Activities and the Idea of Justice Part 6 The Origin and Evolution of Droit Chapter 7 The Source of Droit: The Anthropologic Desire for Recognition as the Source of the Idea of Justice Chapter 8 The Birth ofDroit: The Antithetical Justices of the Master and Slave Chapter 9 The… 

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