Essays in jurisprudence and ethics / by Frederick Pollock .. Pollock, Frederick, 1845-1937

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Pollock, Frederick, 1845-1937
Subjects
Jurisprudence; Ethics; Law and ethics
Contents
  • The nature of jurisprudence, considered in relation to some recent contributions to legal science
  • Laws of nature and laws of man
  • Some defects of our commercial law
  • The law of partnership in England
  • Employers' liability
  • The theory of persecution
  • The oath of allegiance
  • The history of English law as a branch of politics
  • The science of case-law
  • The casuitry of common sense
  • Ethics and morals
  • Marcus Aurelius and the stoic philosophy
  • Mr. Spencer's data of ethics.
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