Described by Hedwig Conrad-Martius as "the phenomenologist in itself and as such", Reinach was a central figure of the early phenomenological movement, and a proponent of the realist phenomenology of the Munich Circle. His background consisted of a tripartite education: descriptive psychology (under Theodor Lipps), law (in Munich and Tübingen), and philosophy (under Husserl). Examples of the integration of all three of these aspects of his thought include his articles "The Apriori Foundations of Civil Law," "Toward the Theory of Negative Judgment," "On the Concept of Causality in the Criminal Law", and in his immense, continued interest in speech acts, states of affairs (Sachverhalt), and material necessity. Reinach died on the battlefield of WWI.
Three Texts on Ethics
Philosophia - München
Between 1906 and 1913 Adolf Reinach wrote a considerable amount on the subject of ethics. Some of his work on that subject was published during his lifetime, while other parts survive only as transcripts from his lectures.
Vrin - Paris
Le présent volume, Phénoménologie réaliste, est un recueil visant à rendre accessible aux lecteurs français le versant théorétique de sa pensée, et se compose à la fois de textes publiés et posthumes – présentés ici dans un ordre thématique, et non chronologique. .
Los fundamentos "a priori" del derecho civil
Comares - Granada