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Greek Law
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8 pages in length. Greek law evolved as a necessary means by which to regulate society's behavior. What had up until then been left up to the whims of each individual to handle on his own was now a product of fair and sensible legal procedure. It can be argued that there was, indeed, a great need for such a show of order in that there existed no modicum of conformity when it came to retribution. As Greek law continued to be established, it also became an integral component of other areas of life, branching out into political and social implications. The writer discusses Greek Law in relation to the Sumerians; Egyptians; Hebraics; Hellenics; the Classical, Roman and Christian periods; as well as Cicero, Augustine, Plato and Aristotle. Bibliography lists 10 sources.
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Augustinian Laws And Women
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8 pages in length. The philosophy in question is that of Augustinianism, the theory of Christian Idealism, which is based upon the theology of Augustine of Hippo (354-430) who is considered to be the greatest theologian of the early church. His theory is that of reality, absolute theism. Reality is God, who is Being. Being is good; non-Being is evil. He wrote that God has personality and gives reality to phenomena. As the Supreme Person, God exercises perfect will by which the world is created from nothing. The writer discusses how there were significant patriarchal underpinnings when it came to the treatment of women under Roman law, which effectively forced the female gender into a life of prostitution. Bibliography lists 8 sources.
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Ancient Laws / Deific Codification
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A 10 page research overview of Mesopotamian, Spartan, and Hebraic Law, and the Code of Hammurabi. The writer argues that the ancient laws were directed toward commerce and social control, but were most often based on reference to religious deities. The writer provides examples of the laws and the rulers that created or enforced the laws. Bibliography lists 13 references.
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A Theory Of Negligence
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3 pages in length. The writer offers a brief overview of Richard Posner's article entitled 'A Theory of Negligence.' No additional sources cited.
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American Slaves and Russian Serfs / Comparison and Contrast
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In 9 pages, the author compares and contrasts American slaves and Russian serfs. In comparing American slaves and Russian serfs, one must realize the dramatic differences between the two. Yes, both were slaves, but American slaves had no rights. Russian serfs actually were able to submit lawsuits in order to seek emancipation. This type of action was not within the realm of American slaves. Bibliography lists 2 sources.
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Case / The Role of Ius Commune in Medieval Law
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6 pages defining the concept of Ius Commune and explaining a specific Medieval Jurist's decision in a particular model case based upon this fundamental principle. The case involved a widower seeking to retain her dowry -- against the will of her late husband's family who wanted it for themselves. The case itself is not available. No Bibliography.
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Contract Law.
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(5 pp) Even though we have been buying and selling in one way or another throughout the history of the United States, commercial contract law as a formal entity is less than a hundred years old. Prior to that time individual states might determine what constituted a contract, but that might very from state to state. However as states began dealing with each other in a contractual manner, or as business cross state lines more and more, some sort of uniform body of law was needed concerning commerce. This was done in the forties and labeled the uniform commercial code (Dehrer-Wendt ppg). Let's see if there are any differences in individual contract law. What themes might apply? Bibliography lists 4 sources.
Filename: BBcntlaw.doc

Crime and Sin; The Perceived Correlation in Early Modern England
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This 7 page paper looks at crime and punishment in England between 1550 and 1750. From the beginning of this period it was recognised that poverty and crime were related, hence much of the motivation for the introduction of the Poor Laws. The way in which control was exercised was though the association of crime with sin, this gave the church power and influence of the way in which the poor lived and behaved. The paper is based on the book 'Crime In Early Modern England 1550-1750' by Sharpe. The bibliography cites 1 source.
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