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" With respect to them it may be laid down that social necessities and social opinion are always more or less in advance of Law. We may come indefinitely near to the closing of the gap between them, but it has a - /perpetual tendency to reopen. Law is stable-:... "
Ancient Law: Its Connection with the Early History of Society and Its ... - Sayfa 24
Henry Sumner Maine tarafından - 1861 - 415 sayfa
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Fraser's Magazine, 64. cilt

1861
...advances, written laws are stationary. As Mr. Maine says, social necessities and social opinion are always more or less in advance of law. We may come indefinitely...between them, but it has a perpetual tendency to reopen : and the greater or less happiness or a people depends on the degree of promptitude with which the...
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Ancient Law: Its Connection with the Early History of Society, and Its ...

Henry Sumner Maine - 1834 - 400 sayfa
...societies. With respect to them it may be laid down that social necessities and social opinion are always more or less in advance of Law. We may come indefinitely...reopen. Law is stable ; the societies we are speaking V of are progressive. The greater or less happiness of a people depends on the degree of promptitude...
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Ancient Law: Its Connection with the Early History of Society, and Its ...

Henry Sumner Maine - 1867 - 400 sayfa
...societies. With respect to them it may be laid down that jocial ncccssitiea and social opinion are always more or less in advance of Law. We may come indefinitely near to the closing of the gnp between them, but it has a perpetual tendency to reopen. Lftff Js stable i the societies we are...
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Ancient Law: Its Connection with the Early History of Society, and Its ...

Henry Sumner Maine - 1864 - 400 sayfa
...With respect to them it may be laid down that social necessities and social opinion are «/ always more or less in advance of Law. We may come indefinitely...tendency to reopen. Law is stable ; the societies we are spe^king*1^ of are progressive. The greater or less happiness of a people depends on the degree of...
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On the Pursuit of Truth as Exemplified in the Principles of Evidence ...

A. Elley Finch - 1873 - 106 sayfa
...necessities and social opinion are always more or less in advance of Law. Laws are stable. Societies are progressive. The greater or less happiness of...depends on the degree of promptitude with which the two are made to coincide. The Roman Jurisprudence has the longest known history of any set of human...
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The Central Law Journal, 90. cilt

1920
...last century (Ancient Law, p. 24, 8th ed.), that "social necessities and social opinion are always more or less in advance of law. We may come indefinitely...has a perpetual tendency to reopen. Law is stable ; t hesocieties of which we are speaking are progressive." But it is the next sentence of this self-evident...
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The Journal of Jurisprudence, 18. cilt

1874
...(Ancient Law, p. 24): "It may be laid down that social necessities, and social opinions, are always more or less in advance of law. We may come indefinitely...them, but it has a perpetual tendency to reopen." Our children, perhaps, may see the closing of the gap which lies between the exigencies of our commercial...
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Ancient Law: Its Connection with the Early History of Society, and Its ...

Henry Sumner Maine - 1875 - 400 sayfa
...always more or less in advance of Law.y We may come indefinitely near to the closing of the gap beiween them, but it has a perpetual tendency to reopen. (Law is stable ; the societies we are spe >king of are progressive. The greater or less happiness ; of a people depends on the degree of...
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Ancient Law: Its Connection with the Early History of Society, and Its ...

Henry Sumner Maine - 1876 - 435 sayfa
...societies. With respect to them it may be laid down that social necessities and social opinion are always more or less in advance of Law. We may come indefinitely...Law is stable ; the societies we are speaking of are prooressive. The greater or less happiness of a people depends on the degree of promptitude with which...
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The Principles of the Hindu Law of Inheritance ...

Rajkumar Sarvadhikari - 1882 - 1010 sayfa
...people can never be secured, so long as laws are not adapted to the existing social conditions ; and the greater or less happiness of a people depends on the degree of promptitude with which the gulf between law and social necessities is narrowed.2 inheritance There are some curious passages, says...
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