On the duty of man and citizen according to natural law cambridge texts in the history of political thought i tide 11 tully james 1712 library of congress cataloguing in publication jala pufendorf samuel freiherr von 1623 1694 de officio hominis et civis english on the duty of man and citizen according to natural law . In the 1735 edition of the whole duty of man pufendorfs thought has thus been successively reshaped in the course of its reception into a series of specific cultural and political milieux to approach this text from the right angle we must follow a similar path we thus begin with pufendorf himself and then discuss barbeyracs engagement with pufendorf before entering the english world of andrew tooke and the anonymous editors who in 1716 introduced the fruits of barbeyracs . On the duty of man and citizen is pufendorfs own epitome of his monumental on the law of nature and of nations and it served as a basic text in european universities throughout the enlightenment. On the duty of man and citizen 1673 is pufendorfs succinct and condensed presentation of the natural law political theory he developed in his monumental classic on the law of nature and nations 1672 his theory was the most influential natural law philosophy of the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries he advanced a compelling reply to grotius and hobbes and in doing so set the intellectual problems for theorists such as locke hutcheson hume rousseau and smith in the aftermath . Pufendorf on the duty of man and citizen according to natural law cambridge texts in the history of political nov 18 2020 posted by denise robins ltd text id b109e5484 online pdf ebook epub library speaking generally since the formation of individual states varies greatly the moral entity of the state is self imposed by humans at the command of natural law when
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