Proceedings of the Digital Paul Scholten
Project Editor: Liesbeth Huppes-Cluysenaer
Online ISSN: 2667-2790


DPSP Annual is a yearly journal related to the writings of legal philosopher Paul Scholten. It is an open access e-Journal with open peer review and without charging authors for article processing (diamond open access). The journal publishes reissues and translations of Scholten’s work and further articles which discuss these works in an international research-context.


The Digital Paul Scholten Project (DPSP) is a Digitization, Translation and Publication project. It concerns the legacy of legal scholar Paul Scholten, who lectured at the University of Amsterdam from 1906 until 1945. His writings were of central importance for the development of Dutch legal philosophy in the 20th century. His influential conception of legal methodology aligns with the historical roots of pragmatic Dutch legal culture and is of increasing relevance today, also beyond the Netherlands.


The DPSP research compares Scholten’s writings with other legal philosophical texts across time, countries, and disciplines. Research Questions are formulated to bring focus. Articles must be submitted to these research questions.


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