Johann Ulrich von Cramer

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Johann Ulrich von Cramer (8 November 1706 – 18 June 1772) was an eminent German judge, legal scholar, and Enlightenment philosopher.

Cramer was the most important representative of Wolffianism in the area of law; he was first a university professor at the University of Marburg and then one of the highest judges of the Holy Roman Empire, both in Vienna and Wetzlar.

Publications

Specimen novum intellectus legum profundius eruendi, 1732
  • Johann Ulrich v. Cramer: Opuscula, 5 vols., Wolfgang Drechsler (ed.) = Christian Wolff, Gesammelte Werke, IIIrd series, vol. 34, pts. 1-5, Hildesheim - Zürich - New York: Olms, 1996.
  • Sammlung juristischer Ausführungen einiger vertheidigten Rechts-Sachen, welche bey denen höchsten Reichs-Gerichtern durch den Druck bekandt gemacht worden. - Wetzlar, 1759. digital
  • De iurisconsulto inventore.
  • De pacto hereditario renunciativo filiae nobilis.
  • Specimen novum intellectus legum profundius eruendi (in Latin). Marburg: Philipp Kasimir Müller. 1732.
  • Specimen novum iuris naturalis de aequitate in probabilibus.


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