Hendrik van Eikema Hommes
Hendrik Jan van Eikema Hommes (May 3, 1930, IJlst - September 3, 1984, Bussum) was a noted Dutch legal scholar and successor to Herman Dooyeweerd in the post of philosopher and judicial scholar at Vrije Universiteit, Amsterdam, Netherlands.
Hommes wrote an Introduction to the Philosophy of Dooyeweerd, along with numerous legal studies.
- Hommes, H J Van Eikema. Major trends in the history of legal philosophy. Amsterdam: North Holland, 1979.
- Hommes, H J Van Eikema. "Freedom and equality in constitutional and civil law." In: Equality and Freedom: International and Comparative Jurisprudence. Papers of the World Congress on Philosophy of Law and Social Philosophy. St Louis, 1975. Vol. III, 1977, pp. 1085–1094.
- Hommes, H J Van Eikema. "Some remarks on the relation between law and logic." Logical Analysis 14 (1971) 165-169.
- Hommes, H J Van Eikema. "The functions of law and the role of legal principles." Philosophia Reformata 39 (1974) 77-81.
- Hommes, H J Van Eikema. "The limits to the legal competence of the state." Philosophia Reformata 41 (1976) 9-23.
- Hommes, H J Van Eikema. "The material idea of the law-state." Philosophia Reformata 43 (1978) 49-60.
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