INDEX
Alexeiew, 162.
anarchism,
Marx-Engels social theory as, 40 f.
political, and economic authoritarianism, contradiction between, 48 f.
rejected by Stalin, 109 f., 127
antagonism (conflict) in reality as logical contradiction, 4, 18, 23 f., 25, 49, 98
anti-anarchistic tendency of Soviet theory of state and law, 109 f., 127
anti-ideological tendency
of bourgeois science, 57, 75
of bourgeois theory of law, 14, 95
anti-normative theory (doctrine) of law, 64 ff. 89 ff., 124 f., 185
a priori principles, the law as expression of, 13 f.
Aristotle's interpretation of criminal law, 100 ff.
autonomy, constitutional, 149, 170, 173
Babb, viii
Bachofen, 38 f.
Bakunin, 40
Barth, 10, 22
Berman, 124
Bober, 10
Boukharin, 53, 109, 126, 142
bourgeois (capitalist)
law. See Law, bourgeois
jurisprudence. See Jurisprudence, bourgeois
science. See Science, bourgeois
state and proletarian (socialist) state, 27, 52, 138
theory of law. See Theory of law, bourgeois
Bracke, 33
Calvez, 168, 192
capitalism,
imperialistic period of, 152
and private law, 99
and subjective law, 99
capitalist
encirclement, 124, 154 f.
See also Bourgeois
causality and imputation, 143
class justice, 66 f.
class law, 62 ff., 65, 67 ff., 71 ff., 112, 128, 129 ff., 132, 185
international law as, 148 ff., 184
class struggle
and concept of classes, 67, 69, 134
and international law, 150, 154
classes,
concept of, 1, 27 f., 53 f., 67, 69, 108, 112, 134, 138
and concept of state, 2, 26 f., 53 f., 138
conflict between, as logical contradiction, 25
exploitation as element of concept of, 1, 28 f., 53, 108, 112, 134
without exploitation, 108, 112 f., 134
gradual disappearance of, 53 f.
Soviet constitution on, 108 f., 135 f.
in Soviet state, 108, 130, 133 ff., 137
Stalin on, 107 f., 130
classless society, communistic society of the future as, 27, 54 f., 66 ff.
coercion
as element of concept of law, 67, 70 f., 128 f., 132, 144, 154, 186
not an element of international law, 154, 186
coercive character of proletarian (socialist) state, 53 f.
cognition, Marx' and Engels' theory of, 4 ff.
colonies, 149, 153, 163
communist idea of justice, 34, 35, 83, 87
as distinguished from socialist principles of justice, 61
communist party, Soviet state as dictatorship of, 136
communist society of the future, 6, 24 f., 27, 28, 32, 33 ff., 36 f., 54 f., 60 f., 66, 79 ff., 86 ff., 88, 102, 105
a classless society, 27 f., 54 f., 66 f.
complete solidarity of interests in, 105
no crimes in, 102
freedom in, 28, 61

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