Kohler: Author's Right, Jena (1880)

Source: British Library 5604.aa.3

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Full title:
Author's Right

Full title original language:
Das Autorrecht, eine zivilistische Abhandlung

This commentary will concentrate on Kohler's theory of rights to immaterial goods (Immaterialgüterrechte).

1 Commentary:

  • ______., ''Das Urheberrecht ist ein Weltrecht': Rechtsvergleichung und Immaterialgüterrecht bei Josef Johler', in 'Historische Studien zum Urheberrecht in Europa', ed. by Elmar Wadle (Berlin: Duncker & Humblot, 1993)

  • Dölemeyer, B., 'Theorie des gewerblichen Rechtsschutzes und Urheberrechts', in 'Gewerblicher Rechtsschutz und Urheberrecht in Deutschland', ed. by F.-K. Beier, A. Kraft, G. Schricker, E. Wadle (Weinheim: VCH, 1991)

  • Adrian, J. (ed.), 'Josef Kohler und der Schutz des geistigen Eigentums in Europa' (Berlin: Spitz, 1996)

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1843: An Address to the People of the United States
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Author: Josef Kohler (1849-1919)

Publisher: Gustav Fischer

Year: 1880

Location: Jena

Language: German

Source: British Library 5604.aa.3

Persons referred to:

Ascoli, Prospero
Beaume, Alexandre
Beethoven, Ludwig van
Bernhöft, Franz
Blanc, Etienne
Boccardo, Gerolamo
Bremer, Franz Peter
Brentano, Lujo
Bulmerincq, August Michael von
Byron, George Gordon, 6th Baron Byron of Rochdale
Bücher, Karl Wilhelm
Bülau, Friedrich von
Bürkel, Heinrich
Calderón de la Barca, Pedro
Caresme, Joseph Emile
Carey, Henry Charles
Cervantes Saavedra, Miguel de
Chopin, Frédéric
Clément, Paul-Marie-Alexandre
Copinger, Walter Arthur
Corneille, Pierre
Coryton, John
Curtis, George Ticknor
Cuvier, Georges Léopold Chrétien Frédéric Dagobert, baron
Dernburg, Heinrich
Dickens, Charles
Dühring, Karl Eugen
Eisele, Fridolin
Essex, Robert Devereux, 2nd Earl
Exner, Adolf
Fischer, Gustav Paul Dankert
Friedländer, Max
Gerber, Karl Friedrich Wilhelm von
Girtanner, Wilhelm
Gogol, Nikolai Vasilievich
Hanausek, Gustav
Hartmann, Gustav
Heine, Heinrich
Hermann, Friedrich Benedict Wilhelm von
Huard, Adrien-Henri
Humboldt, Alexander, Baron von
Jhering, Rudolf von
Kant, Immanuel
Kavelin, Konstantin Dmitrievich
Kohler, Josef
Kramer, Wilhelm August
Krupp, Alfred
Köstlin, Julius
Laband, Paul
Lacan, Adolphe-Jean-Baptiste
Laveleye, Émile Louis Victor de
Le Barrois d'Orgeval, Robert Joseph Gaston, Baron
Lebret, Georges Adolphe
Leist, Burkard Wilhelm
Leverson, Montague Richard
Levi, Leone
List, Friedrich
Lotze, Rudolf Hermann
Macaulay, Thomas Babington
Mandry, Johann Gustav Karl von
Manzoni, Alessandro
Martial, Marcus Valerius Martialis
Mayne, John Dawson
Merkel, Adolf
Meyer, Jürgen Bona
Morillot, André
Murillo, Bartolomé Esteban
Neuner, Carl
Ortloff, Friedrich
Pascal, Blaise
Paulmier, Charles-Pierre-Paul
Post, Albert Hermann
Proudhon, Pierre Joseph
Pütter, Johann Stephan
Randa, Anton, Ritter von
Renault, Louis
Roscher, Georg Friedrich Wilhelm
Rosenthal, Eduard
Rottmann, Leopold
Samter, Adolph
Sand, George
Say, Jean Baptiste
Schlossman, Siegmund
Schmid, Karl Ernst
Schopenhauer, Arthur
Schumann, Robert Alexander
Schäffle, Albert Eberhard Friedrich
Scott, Sir Walter
Stammler, Rudolf
Stobbe, Johann Ernst Otto
Talfourd, Thomas Noon
Tchaikovsky, Piotr Ilyich
Thornton, William Thomas
Thudichum, Friedrich Wolfgang Karl von
Tonson, Jacob, 'the Elder'
Trendelenburg, Friedrich Adolf
Umpfenbach, Karl
Vega Carpio, Lope Félix de
Wach, Adolf
Wagner, Adolph
Worms, Fernand
Wrangell, Constantin

Places referred to:

Cases referred to:

Institutions referred to:
East India Company
U.S. House of Representatives

Copyright Acts for the German Empire 1876
French International Copyright Act 1852
Nuremberg Printers' Ordinance 1673
Spanish Copyright Act (10 January 1879)

authorship, legal concept of
authorship, romantic concept of
common law copyright
natural rights
patents, for invention
property analogies
property theory
property theory, authors' property
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