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Liberty and law : studies on the idea of permissive natural law, 1100-1800 / Brian Tierney.

By: Tierney, Brian [author.].
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookSeries: Studies in medieval and early modern canon law: Volume 12.Publisher: Washington, D.C. : The Catholic University of America Press, 2014Description: 1 online resource.Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9780813225821; 0813225825; 0813225817; 9780813225814.Subject(s): Law -- Philosophy | Natural law -- History | Law -- Philosophy | Natural law -- History | RELIGION -- Christian Ministry -- Preaching | LAW -- Essays | LAW -- General Practice | LAW -- Jurisprudence | LAW -- Paralegals & Paralegalism | LAW -- Practical Guides | LAW -- Reference | Law (Philosophical concept) | Natural lawGenre/Form: Electronic books. | History.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Liberty and law.DDC classification: 340/.112 Online resources: Click here to access online
Contents:
Early sources : Stoic and Christian -- Canonistic jurisprudence -- Parisian masters -- Thomas Aquinas -- William of Ockham -- Marsilius of Padua -- Johannes Andreae -- Reformation Adiaphora : Lutherans and Anglicans -- Richard Hooker -- Francisco Suarez -- Hugo Grotius -- John Selden -- Samuel Pufendorf -- Critics of Pufendorf : Barbeyrac and Burlamaqui -- Wolff to Kant -- Immanuel Kant : permissive law and property.
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Includes bibliographical references and index.

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Part I. Foundations. Early sources : Stoic and Christian -- Canonistic jurisprudence -- Part II. Thirteenth-century theologians. Parisian masters -- Thomas Aquinas -- Part III. Fourteenth-century variations. William of Ockham -- Marsilius of Padua -- Johannes Andreae -- Part IV. Indifferent things : Adiaphora in the church. Reformation Adiaphora : Lutherans and Anglicans -- Richard Hooker -- Part V. Natural law and international law : Suarez and Grotius. Francisco Suarez -- Hugo Grotius -- Part VI. For and against : Selden, Pufendorf, and some critics. John Selden -- Samuel Pufendorf -- Critics of Pufendorf : Barbeyrac and Burlamaqui -- Part. VII. Natural law and the German enlightenment. Wolff to Kant -- Immanuel Kant : permissive law and property.

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