Alf Ross

Alf Niels Christian Ross (10 June 1899 – 17 August 1979) was a Danish jurist, legal philosopher and judge of the European Court of Human Rights (1959–1971). He is best known as one of the leading figures of Scandinavian legal realism. His debate in 1959 with the prominent British legal philosopher H. L. A. Hart – which began in the ''Cambridge Law Journal'' (Vol. 17) – was important in framing the modern conflict between legal positivism and legal realism. Provided by Wikipedia
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Published 1975