Hendrik van Eikema Hommes

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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.[1][2]

Hommes wrote an Introduction to the Philosophy of Dooyeweerd, along with numerous legal studies.

Academic works[edit]

  • Major trends in the history of legal philosophy. Amsterdam: North Holland, 1979.
  • "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.
  • "Some remarks on the relation between law and logic". Logical Analysis. 14: 165–169. 1971.
  • "Review: Wijsbegeerte en Vakwetenskap by D. F. M. Strauss". Philosophia Reformata. 37 (3/4): 194–196. 1972. doi:10.1163/22116117-90001243.
  • "The Functions of Law and the Role of Legal Principles". Philosophia Reformata. 39 (1/2): 77–81. 1974. doi:10.1163/22116117-90001265.
  • "The Limits of the Legal Competence of the State". Philosophia Reformata. 41 (1/2): 9–23. 1976. doi:10.1163/22116117-90001278.
  • "The Material Idea of the Law-State". Philosophia Reformata. 43 (1/2): 49–60. 1978. doi:10.1163/22116117-90001308.
  • "Moderne Rechtsstaat en Grondrechten". Philosophia Reformata. 47 (2): 97–120. 1982. doi:10.1163/22116117-90001385.
  • "Legal Order and Legal Principles," in Symposia I (Memoria del X Congreso mundial ordinario de filosofía del derecho y filosofía social 5; Universidad nacional autónoma de México, 1981), pp. 43–56.