On the Law in General: Sources in Early Modern Economics, Ethics, and Law

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This series, Sources in Early Modern, Economics, Ethics, and Law, provides original English Translations and editions of some of the most formative but previously inaccessible texts that shaped the disciplines of economics, ethics, and law in the early modern era and beyond.

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The disciplines of economics, ethics, and law cannot be detached from a historical background that was, it is increasingly acknowledged, religious in nature. Economists like Adam Smith and Leon Walras, as well as political theorists like John Neville Figgis and Otto von Gierke, drew on the work of sixteenth- and seventeenth-century theologians, jurists, and ethicists.

This series, Sources in Early Modern, Economics, Ethics, and Law, provides original English Translations and editions of some of the most formative but previously inaccessible texts that shaped the disciplines of economics, ethics, and law in the early modern era and beyond.

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Edited By No
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ISBN 1938948122 , 978-1938948121
Page Count 138
Publisher Christian Library Press
Year Published 2012
Book Excerpt N/A
SKU 1302

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