On The Duty of Man and Citizen
According to the Natural Law (1673)
Samuel von Pufendorf
- Chap. 1: On Human Action
- Chap. 2: On the Norm of Human Actions, or Law in General
- Chap. 3: On Natural Law
- Chap. 4: On the Duty of Man Toward God, or Natural Religion
- Chap. 5: On the Duty of Man Toward Himself
- Chap. 6: On Mutual Duties, and First, That of Not Injuring Others
- Chap. 7: On Recognition of the Natural Equality of Men
- Chap. 8: On the Common Duties of Humanity
- Chap. 9: On the Duty of Contracting Parties in General
- Chap. 10: On the Duty of the Users of Language
- Chap. 11: On the Duty of Those Who Take Oaths
- Chap. 12: On Duty as Regards the Acquisition of Ownership
- Chap. 13: On the Duties Which Result from Ownership per se
- Chap. 14: On Value
- Chap. 15: On Contracts Which Presuppose the Prices of Things, and the Duties Thence Derived
- Chap. 16: The Methods of Dissolving Obligations Arising from Agreements
- Chap. 17: On Interpretation
- Chap. 1: On the Natural State of Men
- Chap. 2: On Conjugal Duties
- Chap. 3: On the Duties of Parents and Children
- Chap. 4: On the Duties of Masters and Servants
- Chap. 5: On the Impelling Cause for the Establishment of a State
- Chap. 6: On the Internal Structure of States
- Chap. 7: On the Functions of the Supreme Authority
- Chap. 8: On the Forms of Government
- Chap. 9: The Characteristics of Civil Authority
- Chap. 10: On the Methods of Acquiring Authority, Especially Monarchical
- Chap. 11: On the Duty of Rulers
- Chap. 12: On Civil Laws in Particular
- Chap. 13: On the Power of Life and Death
- Chap. 14: On Reputation
- Chap. 15: On the Power of the Supreme Authority over Property in the State
- Chap. 16: On War and Peace
- Chap. 17: On Alliances
- Chap. 18: On the Duties of Citizens
The Two Books On The Duty of Man And Citizen According to the Natural Law (1673) [De Officio Hominis et Civis Juxta Legem Naturalem Libri Duo], by Samuel von Pufendorf.
Translated by Frank Gardner Moore, Professor of Latin in Columbia University (1927). Footnotes have been omitted in this version. Spelling has been modernized.
Based on the 1682 edition printed at the house of John Hayes (Cambridge), at the charges of John Creed, bookseller, Cambridge.
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