Karl Loewenstein

Karl Loewenstein (November 9, 1891 in Munich – July 10, 1973 in Heidelberg) was a German philosopher and political scientist, regarded as one of the prominent figures of Constitutional law in the twentieth century.

His research and investigations into the deep typology of the different constitutions have had some impact on the Western constitutional thought. He studied in his native city of Munich (Bavaria), where he got a doctor's degree in Public law and Political science.

When Adolf Hitler's Nazi Party took power in 1933, he was exiled and came to the United States, the country where he would carry out most of his doctrinal work and writings. Provided by Wikipedia
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by Loewenstein, Karl.
Chicago & London : The University of Chicago Press, 1965.
Collection: Villar Palasí
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Barcelona : Ariel, D.L.1965.
Collection: Luis Sánchez Agesta
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by Loewenstein, Karl, 1891-
New York : New York : New York : Oxford University Press, Oxford University Press, Oxford University Press, 1967 1967 1967.
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by Loewenstein, Karl, 1891-
Barcelona : Ariel, 1964.
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