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Here are entered works on the philosophy of human legal systems. Works on the philosophical concept of an order, relation, or sequence of phenomena that is invariable under given conditions are entered under Law (Philosophical concept).

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Filed under: Law -- Philosophy Filed under: Compensation (Law) -- Philosophy -- Congresses Filed under: Law and ethics -- Early works to 1800
  • [Info] The Doctor and Student: or, Dialogues Between a Doctor of Divinity and a Student in the Laws of England, Containing the Grounds of Those Laws, Together With Questions and Cases Concerning the Equity Thereof (with two added pieces on suits in chancery by subpoena; Cincinnati: R. Clarke and Co., 1874), by Christopher Saint German, ed. by William Muchall
Filed under: Law -- Philosophy -- HistoryFiled under: Law -- Philosophy -- PeriodicalsFiled under: Adversary system (Law)Filed under: Law -- Methodology Filed under: Consilia -- Early works to 1800Filed under: Law -- History -- Research -- MethodologyFiled under: Law and ethics Filed under: Law and ethics -- FictionFiled under: Law, Greek -- Philosophy

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Filed under: Jurisprudence Filed under: Jurisprudence -- Early works to 1800 Filed under: Jurisprudence -- Fiction Filed under: Jurisprudence -- Periodicals

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