In the third volume of the anthology contains the proposed evaluation of philosophical and legal views, but also presented entirely or in fragments of works by outstanding Russian scholars I. A. Pokrovsky, I. V. Michael, P. G. Vinogradov, F. V. Taran, A. S. Yashchenko, written or published in the first quarter of the twentieth century. Their authors belong to a generation of proponents of natural law in Russia who had to experience all the hardships of the revolution, the civil war and long years of exile. Many of them did not have a chance to once again see their Homeland, but they were not broken in spirit, remained patriots showed exceptional creativity, their works has greatly enriched the Russian natural legal thought and made a worthy contribution to the Golden Fund of Russian legal science. Their names for many years was unjustly put to almost complete oblivion, and works properly is still not understood and not appreciated. The present publication is intended to promote the "return" to their names. The edition is addressed to students, graduate students, University professors and anyone interested in the history of Russian legal thought.
anthology, scientific heritage, juridical classics, natural law, natural-legal thought, proponents of natural law, Russian foreign countries.