Task 1. From what theses formed the conceptual core of liberalism in Europe, the XIX century?
Task 2. Expand the essence of the conceptual core of liberalism in Europe XIX century.
Task 3. Jeremy Bentham was the ancestor of the theory of utilitarianism, which has absorbed a number of socio-philosophical ideas of Hobbes, Locke, Hume, the French materialists of the XVIII century. (Helvetius, Holbach).
Name the four postulates underlying the theory of utilitarianism.
Target 4. In 30-40 years. XIX century in the spiritual life of Western Europe a great role played by the revolutionary concept - a utopian communism. Among them are James O'Brien (England), Auguste Blanqui and Theodore Dezamy (France), Wilhelm Weitling (Germany) and others. They were made on behalf of the struggling working class demanding radical transformation of society. What are the most significant moments of the program.
Task 5. The basis of the evolution of society Comte considers changes in people's views. Accordingly, he put forward the doctrine of the three stages of development of society. What are these stages.
Task 6. Give the entire contents of a concept of three stages of development of society (by O. Cantu).
Task 7. Marxism emerged in the 40 years of the XIX century. Marx and Engels set out to outline the contours of the building, which will overcome the alienation of the owner of the property and power, reasonably organizes social life and the harmonious development of personality.
What are the names of prominent French thinkers of the Restoration period, influenced by the ideas which evolved Marxist politico-legal concept.
Task 8. Friedrich Wilhelm Nietzsche (1844 - 1900) is one of the major figures in the history of philosophical and political-legal thought.
Name three of his works, which cover policy issues of state and law.
Task 9. What are the state, law, legislation, policy - on the concept of Nietzsche?
Setting 10. A significant role in the birth and formation of the Soviet theory of law has played a PI Stuchka. What are the main principles of the beginning of a new, revolutionary - Marxist understanding of law, which are held by PI Stuchka.