Institutiones juris universalis, natur? et gentium, ad normam moralistarum nostri temporis.: ...

Institutiones juris universalis, natur? et gentium, ad normam moralistarum nostri temporis.

Schwarz, Ignaz.

Published by Sumptibus Joannis Antonii Fesenmayr p.m. haeredum bibliopolarum, typis Antonii Maximiliani Heiss, Augustae, 1743
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Ignaz Schwarz (1690?1763) was a Jesuit and a professor of humanities, philosophy, and history. In this four-part work he discusses the philosophical foundation of natural law and its basic applications, in the process discussing matters as diverse as the nature of moral acts; the law of the family; slavery, employment and service; the nature of property; sovereignty; just war and the law of war; and treaties and other elements of what is now known as international law. => Schwarz critiques Protestant authors, such as Grotius, Puffendorf, Heineccius, and Thomasius, and other writers on these subjects, pointing out where they agree with and where they differ from Catholic teaching. He first published his Institutiones juris in 1741, and, according to DeBacker-Sommervogel, this is the third of six editions. Present here are parts 1 and 2 of 4, in which, however, all the matters above listed are discussed. This edition is printed with the title-page in red and black, a woodcut headpiece and tailpieces, and a plethora of side- and footnotes. Provenance: Inked inscription on title-page, "Rodriguez de Arellano." Folio (32.2 cm, 12.75"). [5] ff., 195, [1], 204 pp. DeBacker-Sommervogel, VII, 948. Limp vellum with remnants of ties; spine with inked title. Scattered spots of staining to spine and rear cover. Pp. 41?42 of the first series of pagination has a large chip out of the upper outer corner with loss of page numbers but no text. Pp. 155?56 have a tear in the outer margin, not touching text. Occasional worming in the outer margins, not touching text. Scattered age-spotting; a few occasions of light waterstaining in the outer margins. Bookseller Inventory # 3439

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Title: Institutiones juris universalis, natur? et ...

Publisher: Sumptibus Joannis Antonii Fesenmayr p.m. haeredum bibliopolarum, typis Antonii Maximiliani Heiss, Augustae

Publication Date: 1743

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