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" Jus naturale est quod natura omnia animalia docuit ; nam jus istud non humani generis proprium, sed omnium animalium, quae in terra, quae in mari nascuntur, avium quoque commune est. "
The History and Principles of the Civil Law of Rome: An Aid to the Study of ... - Page 23
by Sheldon Amos - 1851 - 475 pages
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The Philosophy of Law in Historical Perspective

Carl Joachim Friedrich - Political Science - 1963 - 296 pages
...which determine the nature of things. Thus Ulpian remarks in the passage we have already cited that "jus istud non humani generis proprium est, sed omnium animalium, quae in caelo, quae in terra, quae in mari nascuntur" ('law is not peculiar to the human species, but [is the...
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Festschrift für Günter Spendel zum 70. Geburtstag am 11. Juli 1992

Manfred Seebode - Criminal law - 1992 - 899 pages
...der Stoa (Seneca, Cicero!), den Naturrechtsbegriff ausdrücklich auch auf das Tierreich ausgedehnt: „Jus naturale est, quod natura omnia animalia docuit,...istud non humani generis proprium est, sed omnium 38 Siehe dazu grundlegend M. Voß, Symbolische Gesetzgebung; Fragen zur Rationalität von Strafgesetzgebungsakten,...
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Desarrollo sustentable en la frontera México - Estados Unidos

Desarrollo sustentable - 1996 - 103 pages
...corresponde al Estado romano; el derecho privado el que corresponde a la utilidad de los individuos. 7. Jus naturale est quod natura omnia animalia docuit....sed omnium animalium quae in coelo, quae in terra, quae in mari nascuntur. 8. Jus pluribus modis dicitur. El derecho natural es lo que la naturaleza enseñó...
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Diritto naturale (Il)

Reginaldo M. Pizzorni - Philosophy - 2000 - 630 pages
...civilibus». I86)//1.«., I, II, 1 e 2: «Ius naturale est, quod natura omnia animalia docuit. Nam ius istud non humani generis proprium est. sed omnium animalium (quae in coelo), quae in terra, quae in mari nascuntur. Hinc descendit maris, atque foeminae coniunctio: quam nos matrimonium appellamus:...
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The Place of Thought: The Complexity of One in Late Medieval French Didactic ...

Sarah Kay, Professor of French Literature Sarah Kay - Literary Criticism - 2007 - 236 pages
...law; see Meyer, "Matfre Ermengaud, troubadour," 20, who quotes the Institutes of Justinian, Lib. I.ii: "Jus naturale est quod natura omnia animalia docuit....generis proprium est, sed omnium animalium quae in caelo, quae in terra, quae in mari nascuntur ... jus autem gentium omni humano generi commune est."...
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Principles of politi, Volume 1

1882
...promiscuous coming together of animals, and which limits the natural law to the law common to man and beast. "Jus naturale est quod natura omnia animalia docuit; nam jus istud non humani generis propriuin, sed omnium animalium qua: in terra, qua; in mare nascuntur, avium quoque commune est. Mine...
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The London Quarterly Review, Volume 40

William Lonsdale Watkinson, William Theophilus Davison - Theology - 1873
...is — The maxims of law are these : to live honestly, to hurt no one, to give everyone his due. " Jus naturale est, quod natura omnia animalia docuit ; nam jus istud non humani generis proprinm est, sed omnium animalium quae in ccelo, quac in terra, quse in mari nascuutur ;" that is...
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Collected Essays: Methods and results

Thomas Henry Huxley - Science - 1898
...definition of Justinian." It would be more accurate, I imagine, to say that it is derived from Ulpian : "Jus naturale est, quod natura omnia animalia docuit : nam jus istud non Immani generis proprium sed omnium animalium." It is to the same Roman jurist that we owe the maxim...
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