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ISBN 10: 1174499826 ISBN 13: 9781174499821

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DOMAT, JEAN) (DAUMAT).

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Item Description: Paris, Jean Baptiste Coignard, 1695-1703. 8vo. Bound in 4 contemp. full calf. (Vol. 4-5 bound together). Spines gilt and with gilt lettering. The gilding faint and weak. Raised bands. A small nick to top of spine on vol. 3. A small closed tear to top of spine on vol. 1. Bindings slightly rubbe, fully intact. Title-pages (vol. 1-3) in red/black. (28),572;(16),632;(8),848;(62),595;(144),473 pp. Old owners name on title-pages. Printed on good paper, internally clean. Second enlarged editon - being the most complete - of one of the most important works on the science of law that France has produced. Domat endeavoured to found all law upon ethical or religious principles, his motto being "L'homme est fait par Dieu et pour Dieu. The work was first published in 1689 in three volumes, an undertaking for which Louis XIV settled on him a pension of 2000 livres. A fourth volume, Le Droit public, was published in 1697, a year after his death.The major work of Jean Domat, The civil Laws in their natural order, marked profoundly the doctrine of the ancient French law. It was an attempt to establish a system of French law on the basis of moral principles. Supporter of a Cartesian juridical order, Domat builds a work of private law hard marked by a Jusnaturaliste and Romanist footprint. Domat's grand plan was to set out a scheme of Christian law for France in a rationalist view. in three volumes, under the title of Lois civiles dans leur ordre naturel (1689), an undertaking for which Louis XIV settled on him a pension of 2000 livres. Bookseller Inventory # 49534

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