2 edition of institutes of the law of nations found in the catalog.
institutes of the law of nations
|Statement||by James Lorimer. Vol.2.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||620|
Nay, even magistrates ought to do their utmost to prevent the liberty, of which they have been appointed guardians, from being impaired, far less violated. Yale Law Professor Abbe Gluck. Some one, perhaps, may here break in and say, that such moderation in judicial proceedings is so far from being seen, that an instance of it would be a kind of prodigy. That it extends to both tables of the law, did Scripture not teach, we might learn from profane writers; for no man has discoursed of the duty of magistrates, the enacting of laws, and the common weal, without beginning with religion and divine worship.
Let us instead apply the Word of God to all of life. The book is not wholly concerned with civil law, as one might expect. But all magistrates must here be particularly cautious not to give way, in the slightest degree, to their passions. On this all Christians should be able to agree.
Madmen and prodigals, although past the age of twenty-five, are yet placed under the curatorship of their agnati by the law of the Twelve Tables. Hence, also, in an enumeration of the virtues of a king, one is to cut off the wicked from the earth, and banish all workers of iniquity from the city of God. The law of God forbids to steal. The Old Testament law was a good thing, and to believe otherwise is to reject the God of the law.
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Tutelage ends also by the death of the tutor, or of the pupil. The edicts of the praetors are also of great authority. Institutes of the law of nations book, if a woman becomes your sister by adoption, you certainly cannot marry; but, if the adoption is destroyed by emancipation, you may marry her; as you may also, if you yourself are emancipated.
Authority of Tutors. A suspected person, if removed on account of fraud, is infamous, but not if for neglect only.
But where Rushdoony would say this is antinomianism, I argue it is covenant fulfillment. Gregg Bloche. Cato, as we learn from the ancients, has with good reason written that slaves, when adopted by their masters, are thereby made free.
So, too, the usufructuary ought to supply the place of dead vines or trees. This work has been selected by scholars as being culturally important, and is part of the knowledge base of civilization as we know it.
Moreover, to testify that they do not feign subjection, but are sincerely and cordially subject, Paul adds, that they are to commend the safety and prosperity of those under whom they live to God. If a person wishes to excuse himself, and has several excuses, even supposing some are not admitted, there is nothing to prevent him employing others, providing he does so within the prescribed time.
For there are some who deny that any commonwealth is rightly framed which neglects the law of Moses, and is ruled by the common law of nations. The Lord did institutes of the law of nations book deliver it by the hand of Moses to be promulgated in all countries, and to be everywhere enforced; institutes of the law of nations book having taken the Jewish nation under his special care, patronage, and guardianship, he was pleased to be specially its legislator, and as became a wise legislator, he had special regard to it in enacting laws.
Justice is the constant and perpetual wish to render every one his due. A person can also, by testament, oblige his heir not to raise his house higher, not to obstruct his neighbor's lights, to permit a neighbor to insert a beam into his wall, or to receive the water from an adjoining roof; or, again, he may oblige his heir to allow a neighbor to go across his land, or to drive beasts or vehicles, or to conduct water across it.
How slaves are freed from the power of their masters may be learnt from what we have already said with regard to manumission. Now these are three: The Magistrate, who is president and guardian of the laws; the Laws, according to which he governs; and the People, who are governed by the laws, and obey the magistrate.
Divisions of Things. Marcellus thinks it is born free, for it is sufficient for the unborn child, if the mother has been free, although only in the intermediate time; and this is true.
Until now I have also held this prejudice and, like Grotius and Pufendorfsearched for the essence of human nature in the opinions of others, though not as blindly as the Scholastics.
In here explaining the duties of magistrates, my exposition is intended not so much for the instruction of magistrates themselves, as to teach others why there are magistrates, and to what end they have been appointed by God.
Persons who contract prohibited marriages are liable also to further penalties set forth in our imperial constitutiones.
We now come to another division relative to the rights of persons; for some persons are independent, some are subject to the power of others. For anciently it was provided that there should be persons to interpret publicly the law, who were permitted by the emperor to give answers on questions of law.
But whenever we speak of civil law, without adding the name of any state, we mean our own law; just as the Greeks, when "the poet" is spoken of without any name being expressed, mean the great Homer, and we Romans mean Virgil.
So if your wife's mother is still your wife's mother, that is, if her daughter is still married to you, you cannot marry her, because you cannot have two wives at the same time.The Law of Nations: Or, Institutes of the law of nations book of the Law of Nature Applied to the Conduct and Affairs of Nations and Sovereigns (French: Le droit des gens) is a legal treatise on International Law by Emerich de Vattel, published in Author: Emerich de Vattel.
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