Lorenz von Stein

Lorenz von Stein Lorenz von Stein (18 November 1815 – 23 September 1890) was a German economist, sociologist, and public administration scholar from Eckernförde. As an advisor to Meiji period Japan, his liberal political views influenced the wording of the Constitution of the Empire of Japan as well as major constitutional thinkers such as Rudolf von Gneist.

According to Colin Gordon, Stein articulated a "vision of a liberal state as active historic partner in the making of civil society" and called for "a tabling of the question of class formation as part of the state's agenda." Stein advocated a combination of constitutional liberal state with a welfare state, and has been called the "intellectual father of the welfare state. Stein and other Hegelian liberals, such as Robert von Mohl, also had a profound influence on American progressivism. Provided by Wikipedia
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by Stein, Lorenz von, 1815-1890.
München : Drey Masken Verlag, 1921..
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F. Ant. S. XIX y XX
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by Stein, Lorenz von, 1815-1890.
München : Drey Masken Verlag, 1921..
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by Stein, Lorenz von, 1815-1890.
München : Drey Masken Verlag, 1921..
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F. Ant. S. XIX y XX
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by Stein, Lorenz von, 1815-1890.
[Köln] : Westdeutscher Verlag, [1956]
Collection: Díez del Corral
F. Ant. S. XIX y XX
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