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Brian Tierney  5 Free download Free download Liberty and Law 105 Natural law was deployed for various purposes in response to different problems that arose It was freuently invoked to explain the origin of private property and the beginnings of civil government Several kinds of permissive natural law were identified Permission could be positive or negative depending on whether it was specifically conceded by a legislator or only tacitly allowed It could free from sin or merely remit some temporal punishment that was due It could commend some conduct without commanding it or permit some evil without condoning it Medieval canonists used the concept of permissive natural law to harmonize the discordant texts that they found in their.

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Brian Tierney  5 Free download Free download Liberty and Law 105 Liberty and Law examines a previously underappreciated theme in legal history the idea of permissive natural law The idea is mentioned only peripherally if at all in modern histories of natural law Yet it engaged the attention of jurists philosophers and theologians over a long period and formed an integral part of their teachings This ensured that natural law was not conceived of as merely a set of commands and prohibitions that restricted human conduct but also as affirming a realm of human freedom understood as both freedom from subjection and freedom of choice Freedom can be used in many ways and throughout the whole period from 1100 to 1800 the idea of permissive.

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Brian Tierney  5 Free download Free download Liberty and Law 105 Sources; William of Ockham found it a powerful tool in his defense of Franciscan poverty against papal criticisms; for Richard Hooker it justified both the constitutional structure and the ritual practices of the Anglican church; John Selden used it to uphold the inviolability of contracts most importantly the contract of government; Hugo Grotius made it a central theme in his treatment of the conduct permissible in waging war; in the eighteenth century Jean Barbeyrac and Jean Jacues Burlamaui associated the idea with the emerging doctrine of natural rights In Liberty and Law Tierney has presented us with a magisterial and provocative way of interpreting legal history.

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  • Liberty and Law
  • Brian Tierney
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  • 12 October 2020
  • 9780813225814