Some Legal Foundations of Society: Understanding, Purpose and Conciliation as Means and Ends of Positive Law and Representative Government
San Francisco, C.W. Taylor, Jr. (1941)
|Abstract||1. Understanding.--2. Purpose.--3. Conciliation.--4. Justice.--5. Justice, science and religion as contributions to civilization.--6. Uniformitarian process under supreme law.|
|Keywords||Law Philosophy Political science Sociology Justice|
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|Call number||K370.V35 1941|
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