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On the contrary, Prussia's national legal code, the Allgemeines Landrecht, appeared explicitly to permit conversions to any religion by any Prussian subject over the age of fourteen.
On the face of it, then, it appeared difficult to enforce a prohibition against conversion while remaining within the framework of the Allgemeines Landrecht. In a letter to Hardenberg of 6 December 1814 Schuckmann suggested a way out of the impasse.
The need for these ministerial ratiocinations, as Schuckmann and Hardenberg acknowledged, arose from a discrepancy between the law, as expressed in the published statutes of the Allgemeines Landrecht and the edict of 1812, and the will of the monarch.
Schon's posture reflected the priorities of that "liberal" school that favoured codification; the king and his ministers, on the other hand, were influenced by the conservative legal theory of men like Friedrich Karl von Savigny, who played down the authority of legislation and saw law as the product of an interaction between individual discretion and the "inner necessity" of the particular case.(40) In the matter of conversions to Judaism, the king and his ministers were able to impose their will, but they could only do so by improvising furtive detours around the Allgemeines Landrecht. It is interesting to note how reluctant Frederick William was to make open use of his royal decree.
Under the secular dispensation provided by the Allgemeines Landrecht and the edict of emancipation, conversion to Judaism was a plausible, if unlikely, step.
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