Kazan Peter Evgenjevich( Lawyer)
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Biography Kazan Peter Evgenjevich
Born in 1866, studied at Moscow University. In 1893, Mr.. assistant professor of international law at Kazan University, and in 1896, to protect the master's thesis ( "Contract of the river, 2 Volume, Kazan, 1895) - an extraordinary professor in Novorossiysk. In 1897. defended his doctoral dissertation ( "The general administrative union of States", Volume 3, Odessa, 1897; parts of this work published, in addition, in the form of 13 independent essays), and in 1898. became full professor, since 1908, Mr.. Dean of the Faculty of Law. Kazan wrote another "Introduction to the Course of International Law (2 nd ed., Odessa, 1902 and 1904, both" instead of lithographed lectures ") and several articles and notes in Russian and foreign journals. Adverse to the author feedback on his work by Professor Earl, LA. Kamarovskogo drew a sharp response Kazan: "My criticism" (Odessa, 1904). When, in the Ministry of NP. Bogolepova, . excited was the transformation of teaching in law schools, . Kazan took up the issue ( "To the question about teaching in law schools", . Odessa, . 1901 "The question of the teaching of law in the Russian press in 1901", . Odessa, . 1903; Renaissance study of law ", . Odessa, . 1903; 'Reply to Professor L,
. Petrazhitsky ", St. Petersburg., 1901). In the last decade the name of Kazan is closely linked with the reaction set in after 1905. Joining international law, Kazan devoted himself entirely political struggle, and took an active part in the reactionary movement, both within the university, in the ranks of the military, academics, and outside the university. This period includes the article: "Election to the State Duma (St. Petersburg, . 1906); "Slavic congress in Sofia" (Odessa, . 1910), "Nationalism and the State" (Odessa, . 1912), "Russian language in the Austro-Hungarian" (Odessa, . 1912), "Meeting [right] professors in December 1910" (Odessa, . 1911),
. This period of Kazan The publication of a voluminous book "The Power of the All-Russia Emperor" (Odessa, 1913), in which Kazan tries to prove that the Russian state system after 1905. remains autocratic, . and the monarch continues to have an unlimited legislative power, . sending the last "at least in that part, . can be called "subordinate legislation", . with the known involvement of selected individuals from the population ", . Decree 3 June 1907, Mr.,
. is, in the opinion of Kazan, authentic interpretation of "an imperfect edition of" basic laws. Vl. Nat.