Zeitschrift für Grundlagen des Rechts
At a time when legislation is becoming increasingly hectic in response to individual cases and losing sight of the legal system as a whole, in which its so-called ‘basic subjects’ are often referred to in soapbox speeches but are becoming increasingly marginalised in university education, addressing exactly these fundamental issues is especially important. This is the quintessential task of the philosophy of law, which is just as much a sub-discipline of practical philosophy as it is of jurisprudence. In this sense, the journal ‘Rechtsphilosophie–Zeitschrift für Grundlagen der Rechts’ provides a forum for interdisciplinary exchange on the theoretical, methodological and political foundations of the law.
Four times a year
The RphZ is published quarterly, with each issue containing around 100 pages and mostly dedicated to a special topic.
PD Dr. Alexander Aichele, Prof. Dr. Martin Borowski, Univ. Prof. Dr. Elisabeth Holzleithner and Prof. Dr. Joachim Renzikowski
in collaboration with
Prof. Dr. Wolfgang Ertl, Keio University Tokyo; Prof. Dr. Jean François Kervégan, Université Panthéon-Sorbonne (Paris 1); Dr. habil. Christian Krijnen, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam; Dr. Anne Kühler, Universität Zürich; Prof. Dr. Joachim Lege, Universität Greifswald; Prof. Dr. Georg Mohr, Universität Bremen; Prof. Dr. Stanley L. Paulson, Universität Kiel; Prof. Dr. Beate Rössler, Universiteit van Amsterdam; Prof. Dr. Kurt Seelmann, Universität Basel