Roman Law in the State of Nature

In: Grotiana

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    Charles Donahue‘Ius in the subjective sense in Roman law. Reflections on Villey and Tierney’ in A Ennio Corteseed. by D. Maffei I. Birocchi M. Caravale E. Conte and U. Petronio (Roma: Il Cigno Edizioni 2001) pp. 506–530; Phillip Mitsis ‘The stoic origin of natural rights’ in Topics in stoic philosophy ed. by K. Ierodiakonou (Oxford: oup 2001) pp. 153–177.

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    Michel Villey‘La genèse du droit subjectif chez Guillaume d’Occam’Archives de Philosophie du droit9 (1964) 97–127; Richard Tuck Natural rights theories: their origin and development (Cambridge: cup 1979); and Brian Tierney The idea of natural rights. Studies on natural rights natural law and church law 1150-1625 (Atlanta: Eerdmans 1997) as cited in the introduction at pp. 8–10. See also the introduction p. 4: ‘… rights-based theory of justice…’.

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     For example Benjamin Straumann‘Oikeiosis and appetitus societatis. Hugo Grotius’ Ciceronian argument for natural law and just war’Grotiana (New series) 24–25 (2003–2004) 41–66; and Benjamin Straumann ‘Is Modern Liberty Ancient? Roman Remedies and Natural Rights in Hugo Grotius’s Early Works on Natural Law’ Law and History Review 27 (2009) 55–85.

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    p. 32 pp. 55–66 p. 83 though Grotius refers to Lactantius instead of Cicero.

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    pp. 98–102 p. 117.

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    Ample examples in Donahue 2001pp. 506–530. See also Levy 1949 p. 50f.

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    Levy 1949pp. 60–63.

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    Pugliese 1991pp. 58–59 classifying Michel Villey Le droit et les droits de l’homme (Paris: Presses Universitaires de France 1983) as an ‘elegante pamphlet’.

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