The State

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The State

description German legal journal
publishing company Duncker & Humblot
First edition 1962
Frequency of publication quarterly
Sold edition 950 copies
Web link Publishing site
ISSN (print)

Der Staat is an interdisciplinary, quarterly specialist journal for political science , constitutional history and German and European public law, founded in 1962 .

It is aimed at lawyers , historians , political scientists , sociologists , but also at economists , philosophers and theologians . The state was initiated by the two lawyers Ernst-Wolfgang Böckenförde and Roman Schnur . The founding editors were the Münster-based legal philosopher Hans J. Wolff , the Göttingen constitutional and canon lawyer Werner Weber and the Marburg constitutional historian Gerhard Oestreich . The magazine was personally connected to the circle around Carl Schmitt and thus distinguished itself in its early years as a counterpoint to the archive of public law , which was quite clearly shaped by students of Rudolf Smend .

Is published The state since 2016 by Ernst-Wolfgang Böckenförde, Armin Bogdandy , Rolf Grawert , Oliver Lepsius , Christoph Möller , Fritz Ossenbühl , Walter Pauly (Managing Editor), Barbara Stollberg-Rilinger , Uwe Volkmann , Andreas Voßkuhle and Rainer Wahl . The magazine is published quarterly by Duncker & Humblot (Berlin) with a circulation of 950 copies and has also been available online since 2008.

As supplements are u. a. published the conference reports of the Association for Constitutional History.

Web links

Individual evidence

  1. Ewald Grothe : Between history and law. German constitutional historiography 1900–1970 . Oldenbourg, Munich 2005, pp. 402-405. Frieder Günther: Thinking from the state. The Federal German constitutional law theory between decision and integration 1949-1970 . Oldenbourg, Munich 2004, pp. 225-229.
  2. ^ Reinhard Mehring : Carl Schmitt. Rise and fall. A biography. CH Beck , Munich 2009, ISBN 978-3-406-59224-9 , p. 525.