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The Principles of Natural and Politic Law (1748)

Jean Jacques Burlamaqui

 

Vol 1: THE PRINCIPLES OF NATURAL LAW

Part I: General Principles of Right

Part II: Of the Law of Nature

Vol 2: THE PRINCIPLES OF POLITIC LAW

Part I: The Original and Nature of Civil Society, or Sovereignty in General

Part II: Different Forms of Government, the Ways of Acquiring or Losing Sovereignty, and the Reciprocal Duties of Sovereigns and Subjects

Part III: Legislative Power, the Supreme Power in Matters of Religion, the Right of Inflicting Punishment

Part IV: Foreign States; the Right of War; Public Treaties, and the Right of Ambassadors


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The Principles of Natural Law and the Principles of Politic Law (1748, 1752), by Jean-Jacques Burlamaqui.
Translated into English by Thomas Nugent (1748, 1752). Spelling has been modernized.
Based on the fifth edition (corrected), printed at the University Press (Cambridge, Massachusetts), 1807.
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