The Awakening of Western Legal Thought
Westport, Conn.,Greenwood Press (1942)
|Abstract||What the ancients have to tell us: the history of dogmatics.--What the ancients have to teach us: its application to the present time.|
|Keywords||Law Philosophy Philosophy, Ancient State, The|
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|Call number||K215.E53.H36 1970|
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