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Ancient Law: Its Connection with the Early History of Society and Its ... - Sayfa 125
Henry Sumner Maine tarafından - 1861 - 415 sayfa
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Moral Science: a Compendium of Ethics

Alexander Bain - 1869 - 337 sayfa
...government; but Mr. Maine considers that there was a complete despotic government in single families. ' They have neither assemblies for consultation nor...every one exercises jurisdiction over his wives and children, and they pay no regard to one another.' The next stage is the rise of gentes and tribes,...
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Moral Science: a Compendium of Ethics

Alexander Bain - 1869 - 337 sayfa
...government ; but Mr. Maine considers that there was a complete despotic government in single families. ' They have neither assemblies for consultation nor...themistes, but every one exercises jurisdiction over hia wives nnd chil Iren, and they pay no regard to one another.' The next stage is the rise of gentes...
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Comparative Politics: Six Lectures Read Before the Royal Institution in ...

Edward Augustus Freeman - 1873 - 522 sayfa
...Sophokles, (Ed. Col. 694. ev va.-S.ta (20) Page 87. — See Grote, ii. 147. So Maine, Ancient Law, 125. " It may not perhaps be an altogether fanciful idea...Cyclops is Homer's type of an alien and less advanced civilization ; for the almost physical loathing which a primitive community feels for men of widely...
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The Principles of Sociology, 6. cilt,1877. sayı

Herbert Spencer - 1877 - 1580 sayfa
...situation in which mankind disclose themselves at the dawn of their history" ; is a situation in which " ' every one exercises jurisdiction over his wives and...children, and they pay no regard to one another.' " But in foregoing chapters on " The Primitive Relations of the Sexes," on "Promiscuity," and on "...
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The Popular Science Monthly, 11. cilt

1877
...in which mankind disclose themselves at the dawn of their history " — is a situation in which " ' every one exercises jurisdiction over his wives and...children, and they pay no regard to one another.' " But in foregoing chapters on "The Primitive Relations of the Sexes," on " Promiscuity," and on "...
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Physics and Politics: Or, Thoughts on the Application of the Principles of ...

Walter Bagehot - 1881 - 224 sayfa
...o&re , our" aAAi^Atw ' " They have neither assemblies for consultation nor themistes, but everyone exercises jurisdiction over his wives and his children, and they pay no regard to one another." ' And this description of the beginnings of history is confirmed by what may be called the last lesson...
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The Granite Monthly: A New Hampshire Magazine Devoted to History ..., 5. cilt

Henry Harrison Metcalf, John Norris McClintock - 1882
...patriarchal state of man. "They had neither assemblies for consultation nor themistes, " says the poet, " but every one exercises jurisdiction over his wives...children, and they pay no regard to one another." In his "Physics and Politics," Bagehot tells us, that the last lesson of prehistoric ethnology confirms...
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Ancient Law: Its Connection with the Early History of Society and Its ...

Henry Sumner Maine - 1888 - 400 sayfa
...ayopal f)ov\t]<f>6pot dvrt 3f'/iiir«r. " They have neither assemblies for consultation nor tlwmistes, but every one exercises jurisdiction over his wives...civilisation ; for the almost physical loathing which a piimitive community feels for men of widely different manners from its own usually expresses itself...
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An Introduction to the Local Constitutional History of the United States ...

George Elliott Howard - 1889 - 526 sayfa
...says of the Cyclops : " They have neither assemblies for consultation nor themisles,2 but everyone exercises jurisdiction over his wives and his children, and they pay no regard to one another."3 And probably the poet has here ascribed to the Cyclops the characteristics of savage tribes...
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The Church Review, 63. cilt

1891
...primitive life from the Odyssey of Homer : " They have neither assemblies for consultation nor tktmistes ; but every one exercises jurisdiction over his wives...children, and they pay no regard to one another." He adds these remarks : " These lines are applied to the Cyclops, and it may not perhaps be an altogether...
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