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A methodical system of universal law: or, the laws of nature and nations deduced from certain principles, and applied to proper cases. Written in Latin by the celebrated Jo. Got. Heineccius, Counsellor of State to the King of Prussia, and Professor of Philosophy at Hall. Translated, and illustrated with notes and supplements, by George Turnbull, LL. D. To which is added, A discourse upon the nature and origin of moral and civil laws; in which they are deduced, by an Analysis of the Human Mind in the experimental Way, from our internal Principles and Dispositions. ...

  • Heineccius, Johann Gottlieb, 1681-1741.
Date
M.DCC.LXIII. [1763]
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About this work

Also known as

Elementa juris naturae et gentium. English

Publication/Creation

London : printed for George Keith, in Grace-Church-Street, M.DCC.LXIII. [1763]

Physical description

2v. ; 80.

References note

ESTC T155084

Languages

  • English


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