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Author: Tony Honoré

exercising our innate faculties. It would be odd for living creatures, such as humans, not to treat life as a value, or at least, in Stoic terminology, as a ‘preferred indifferent’ 62 . This odd term is used because in the Stoic view only virtue is good. All the other things we value are 54 D. 1.3.2 (Marcian

In: Tijdschrift voor Rechtsgeschiedenis / Revue d'Histoire du Droit / The Legal History Review

ar- chives of deceased authors ('writers, artists, composers, scholars, and other per- sons engaged in science, literature, art, and in public life'), deposited by their former owners for safekeeping with public libraries and museumsl . A series of decrees and ordinances affected museums and

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Author: Joseph Canning

emperor. It is a truism to say that change is a fundamental characteristic of human life. Any living law has to cope with the relationship between the law as it stands and developing and new conditions. The problem for Roman law in the Middle Ages dramatically illustrated the tensions between permanence

In: Empire and Legal Thought
Author: René Brouwer

themselves need to develop this reason further. According to the Stoics, then, the highest goal in life for a human being, is the perfection of rationality such that he or she acquires a virtuous disposition, and thus becomes an active part of this rational force 24 . This perfection is difficult to achieve

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Author: John Finlay

’s practice as an advocate apparent- ly remained unaffected 105 . At the other end of the spectrum, those who found themselves losers in the bat- tle for effective patrons found life more difficult. They either made a living with second-rate business, without obtaining eminence at the bar, or they were so

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Author: Martin Löhnig

, although the respondent had always stood by the applicant and had brought up the children. The court acknowledged that ‘at 55 it would be quite hard for the respondent to make ends meet without the applicant’s support’, but it also noted that the applicant had been living with another woman for a long time

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Author: Jordan Rudinsky

predecessor Thomas Arnold with the idea of the unity of history and heralded it as ‘the truth which ought to be the centre and life of all our historic studies’. 61 As a concession to the ‘imperfect world’ in which he found himself at Oxford, to be sure, he defined ‘modern’ history for practical purposes

In: Empire and Legal Thought
Author: Wim Decock

shines in sound System der moralischen Notwendigkeit in der Jesuitenscholastik , [Paradeigmata, 21], Hamburg 2000. This is not to say, however, that the Jesuits’ doctrines are a monolithic bloc. On the life and times of Lenaert Leys (Leonardus Lessius), born near Antwerp and professor of moral theology

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Author: Edward Cavanagh

nation is living an independent life or has to submit to conquest, etc. p . vinogradoff , Outlines of Historical Jurisprudence (1920) Across epochs and peoples, legal thinkers have just as easily made recourse to principle at the earliest apprehension of a novel situation. In legal thought

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). Unjust sentencing, motivated on the judge's part by a spirit of revenge or by his friendship for one of the parties in the litigation, Text: PRP III, pp. 347, 353. Shtamm, pp. 75-76, 88. RFA II, pp. 282, 286. 106) PRP III, pp. 347-8, 359-360, 385-6; Shtamm, p. 77; RFA II, p. 283. 107) PRP III, pp. 348

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