New York, Biblo and Tannen (1965)
|Abstract||Consequently, as shown above, Celsus, the Roman lawyer, defined law as the art of equity, and the classical Roman lawyers displayed the spirit of the right ...|
|Keywords||Law Philosophy Law and ethics|
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|Call number||K434.A7.H357 1965|
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