Staatsgedanke Und Staatspraxis Des Aufgekl rten Absolutismus: Jahresfeier Am 19. Mai 1971

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In 1740, two monarchs acceeded to the throne: in Prussia it was King Frederic II, surnamed the Great (1740-1786) and in Austria the Empress Maria Theresia (1740-1780). This signified for both states the breakthrough of the state theory founded on rationalism and naturallaw which, in the final analysis, can be traced back in Germany to Samuel Baron von Pufen- dorf (1632-1694). It superseded the older baroque concept of the state based on religious and patriarchal aspects. In Prussia, Frederic the Great identified hirns elf in his own works with this new concept of the state. Toward the end of the century it was evolved by the Privy Councillor and Tribunal Advisor (Geh. ]ustiz- und Ober- tribunalsrat) Carl Gottlieb Suarez (1746-1798) in his lectures on Law and the State which he held for the information of the Prussian Crown Prince who later became King Friedrich Wilhelm III (1797-1840). Moreover, Suarez was the virtual author of the Allgemeines Landrecht fur die Preuischen Staaten of 1794, in which the new concept of the state found its legal expreSSlOn.