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  1. Max Hamburger (forthcoming). Equitable Law: New Reflections on Old Conceptions. Social Research.
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  2. Max Hamburger (1970). The Awakening of Western Legal Thought. Translated by Bernard Miall.
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  3. Max Hamburger (1965). Morals and Law. New York, Biblo and Tannen.
    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 ...
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  4. Max Hamburger (1959). Aristotle and Confucius: A Comparison. Journal of the History of Ideas 20 (1/4):236.
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  5. Max Hamburger (1956). Aristotle and Confucius: PHILOSOPHY. Philosophy 31 (119):324-357.
    “ The composition of the lectures of which Aristotle's extant works are the notes probably belongs in the main to the twelve or thirteen years of tail headship of the Lyceum, and the thought and research implied, even if we suppose that some of the spadework was done for him by pupils, implies an energy of mind which is perhaps unparalleled. During this time Aristotle fixed the main outlines of the classification of the sciences in the form which they still (...)
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  6. Max Hamburger (1956). Aristotle and Confucius: A Study in Comparative Philosophy. Philosophy 31 (119):324 - 357.
  7. Max Hamburger (1955). Morals and Law. The Growth of Aristotle's Legal Theory. Journal of Hellenic Studies 75 (16):170.
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  8. D. A. Rees & Max Hamburger (1953). Morals and Law: The Growth of Aristotle's Legal Theory. Philosophical Quarterly 3 (13):362.
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  9. Max Hamburger (1942/1970). The Awakening of Western Legal Thought. Westport, Conn.,Greenwood Press.
    What the ancients have to tell us: the history of dogmatics.--What the ancients have to teach us: its application to the present time.
     
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