|a The formal bases of law,
|c by Giorgio del Vecchio...translated by John Lisle...with an editorial preface by Joseph H. Drake...and with introductions by Sir John Macdonell...and Shepard Barclay..
|b The Boston Book Company,
|a 3 p. 1., [v]-lvii p., 1 ℓ., 412 p.
|c 21 cm
|a "The translation presented in this volume in three parts was [made from three works separately] published in Italian...: the first appearing in 1905, under the title of [I presupposti filosofici della nozione del diritto] 'The philosophical presuppositions of the idea of law'; the second, in 1906, under the title of [Il concetto del diritto] 'The concept of law'; the third, in 1908, under the title of [Il concetto della natura e il principio del diritto] 'The concept of nature and the principle of law.'"- Editorial pref
|a Appendix I. Del Vecchio's legal philosophy, by Hans Reichel: p.-354. Appendix II. The idealistic and neo-Kantian renaissance of the philosophy of law, by J. Segond: p.-387