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The Application of Law before 1700 vs. Present
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3 page paper on the way law is applied in the present day compared to the pre-1700 era. 2 sources. Details how democracy and the individual's rights have emerged as a driving force in the way law is formed and applied.
Filename: 1700law.wps

The Concept of Justice as Viewed by Plato, John Stewart Mill, and Immanuel Kant
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A 7 page contention that justice is more than just law, justice is the product of morals and ethics. Utilizes the Platonic model from Plato's Republic, John Stewart Mill's theory of utilitarianism, and Immanuel Kant's categorical imperative of reason to illustrate this contention. Bibliography lists 3 sources.
Filename: PPjustic.wps

The Concept Of Law: Primarily Integrative Or Primarily Conflict Oriented?
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8 pages in length. The writer discusses the concepts of integrative and conflict-oriented law theories. Bibliography lists 10 sources.
Filename: TLC_LAW.wps

The Idea of Government: The Comparable Views of Locke and Kant
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A 5 page discussion of the similarities between John Locke's philosophy of government and that of Immanuel Kant. Notes that each had very definitive ideas of individual rights and the relation of those rights to law and government. Contends that in practically every respect John Locke's idea of government can be demonstrated to be fully compatible with Immanuel Kant's thesis in "Idea for a Universal History". No sources are listed.
Filename: PPlckKnt.wps

The Importance Of Advocacy On Behalf Of The Powerless
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5 pages in length. Does the law exist to encourage man's independence or is it merely there to thwart it? Indeed, the student can rightly argue that social responsibility has escaped the original intent of the legal system with regard to the powerless. Once upon a time, the law served the very people it so defiantly protected; today, it has become so distorted that it now defends the guilty and forces the victim to prove his innocence. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
Filename: TLClegsy.rtf

The Roman Empire: Built Through Legion Law And Skill Of Extraordinary Organization
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5 pages in length. Historical accounts of the Roman Empire have often been less than flattering. Accused of forcible principles, self-aggrandizement and social intolerance, the ancient kingdom's legacy is one of brutality and fanaticism. However, while one side condemns the Romans for taking such a harsh approach to building its empire, the other recognizes the inherent fortitude of legion law and extraordinary organization necessary to accomplish such an overwhelming objective. Bibliography lists 6 sources.
Filename: TLCroman.wps

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