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      <field key="037" subkey="x">englisch</field>
      <field key="050" subkey="x">Forschungsbericht</field>
      <field key="076" subkey="">Formalwissenschaft</field>
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      <field key="079" subkey="z">Heller, Agnes, The Limits to Natural Law and the Paradox of Evil (pdf)</field>
      <field key="100" subkey="">Heller, Agnes</field>
      <field key="103" subkey="">Department of Political Science, Institute for Advanced Studies</field>
      <field key="331" subkey="">The Limits to Natural Law and the Paradox of Evil</field>
      <field key="403" subkey="">1. Ed.</field>
      <field key="410" subkey="">Wien</field>
      <field key="412" subkey="">Institut für Höhere Studien</field>
      <field key="425" subkey="">1993, April</field>
      <field key="433" subkey="">11 pp.</field>
      <field key="451" subkey="">Institut für Höhere Studien; Reihe Politikwissenschaft; 6</field>
      <field key="461" subkey="">Political Science Series</field>
      <field key="544" subkey="">IHSPW 6</field>
      <field key="753" subkey="">Abstract: The essay discusses the moral conflicts which occur in the aftermath of the collaps of totalitarian regimes. The</field>
      <field key="que" subkey="s">tion is whether the evils perpetrated under murderous political regimes can, should or will punished, whether people who were</field>
      <field key="res" subkey="p">onsible for murder, kidnap, mass incarceration and discrimination or else can, will or should pay for that what they have</field>
      <field key="com" subkey="m">itted.;</field>
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