3 edition of Introduction and notes to Sir Henry Maines Ancient law found in the catalog.
Introduction and notes to Sir Henry Maines Ancient law
Pollock, Frederick Sir
|Other titles||Pollock"s notes to Maine"s Ancient law.|
|Statement||by Sir Frederick Pollock.|
|Contributions||Maine, Henry Sumner, Sir, 1822-1888.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 62 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||62|
SIR HENRY JAMES SUMNER MAINE () Sir Henry Maine was a distinguished lawyer, academic and civil servant in mid-Victorian England, holding chairs in Civil Law at Cambridge and Oxford, the legal member of the Council of India for seven years from and Master of Trinity Hall in Cambridge from But it is for his prolific. This hugely influential work of is probably the one for which Sir Henry Maine () is best remembered. Appointed Regius Professor of Civil Law at Cambridge when he was only twenty-five, Maine then became Reader in Roman law and jurisprudence at the Council of Legal Education, which had been established in London in by the Inns of Court, and combined this .
Sir Henry Sumner Maine, Lectures on the Early History of Institutions  Also in the Library: The Senchus Mor, the Great Book of the Ancient Law, was doubtless a most precious possession of the law-school or family to which it belonged; and its owners have joined it to a preface in which a semi-divine authorship is boldly claimed for it. Frontispiece from Sir Henry Maine, a Brief Memoir of His Life, by Sir M.E. Grant Duff, G.C.S.I., Henry Holt and Co., (–88). The publication in of Henry Maine’s first book, Ancient Law, established his reputation as a scholar and pioneer in the field of comparative book drew upon the legal systems of Rome, Eastern and Western Europe, India, and primitive societies to.
Ancient Law Hardcover – 1 Jan. by Henry Sumner Maine (Author) out of 5 stars 1 ratingReviews: 1. Sir Henry James Sumner Maine, , was a distinguished lawyer, academic, and civil servant in mid-Victorian England. He held chairs in Civil Law at Cambridge and Oxford, was the legal member of the Council of India, , and Master of Trinity Hall at Cambridge from
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An illustration of an open book. Books. An illustration of two cells of a film strip. Video An illustration of an audio speaker. Introduction and notes to Sir Henry Maine's "Ancient law" Item Preview Introduction and notes to Sir Henry Maine's "Ancient law" by Pollock, Frederick, Sir, Publication date TopicsPages: Sir Henry James Sumner Maine, KCSI (15 August – 3 February ), was a British Whig comparative jurist and historian.
He is famous for the thesis outlined in his book Ancient Law that law and society developed "from status to contract." According to the thesis, in the ancient world individuals were tightly bound by status to traditional groups, while in the modern one, in which Alma mater: Pembroke College, Cambridge.
Sir Henry Maine, in full Sir Henry James Sumner Maine, (born AugKelso, Roxburgh, Scotland—died February 3,Cannes, France), British jurist and legal historian who pioneered the study of comparative law, notably primitive law and anthropological jurisprudence.
While professor of civil law at the University of Cambridge (–54), Maine also began lecturing on Roman law. & Morgan, J. Ancient law / Sir Henry Maine ; introduction by J.H. Morgan J.M. Dent ; E.P. Dutton London: New York Wikipedia Citation Please see Wikipedia's template documentation for further citation fields that may be required.
Henry James Sumner Maine, Henry Sumner Maine, Sir, J. Morgan. Beard Books, - Law - pages. 0 Reviews. Ancient Law Henry Maine, Henry Sumner Maine, Sir Limited preview - This is a pioneering work of legal history, one that has had an immeasurable effect not only on our understanding of ancient concepts of justice and punishment but on the view of civilization itself as an arrangement of public rules and h lawyer and historian SIR HENRY JAMES SUMNER MAINE () lectured on legal issues at.
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Jurisprudence, Law in general Publisher John Murray Albemarle. Introduction and notes to Sir Henry Maine's "ancient law" / By Frederick Pollock and Ancient law. Henry Sumner Maine. Abstract. Reprinted from Maine's "ancient law New ed." Mode of access: Internet Topics: Primitive societies.
of the period was Sir Henry Sumner Maine (). Ancient Law, his first legal publication, set the tone and in large part scouted the subject matter of the higher levels of all legal scholarship in England and this country for roughly forty years Its reception was startling and immediate.
Maine's introduction 5. Sir Henry Sumner Maine, Ancient Law, its connection with the early history of society and its relation to modern ideas, with an introduction and notes by Sir Frederick Pollock. 4th American from the 10th London edition (New York: Henry Holt and Co., ).
Ancient Law by Henry Maine - Chapter 1: Ancient Codes; Chapter 2: Legal Fictions; Chapter 3: Law of Nature and Equity; Chapter 4: The Modern History of the Law of Nature; Avalon Home: Document Collections: Ancient bce - Medieval - 15 th Century - 16 th Century - 17 th Century - 18 th.
msrlawbooks Ancient Law P T O Page 8 CHAPTER 4 EVOLUTION OF LAW (ERA OF CODES) "The fate of Hindu Law, is in fact, the measure of the value of the Roman Code."Henry Maine The first part of the history of law is spontaneous, according to Sir Henry Maine, the celebrated author of 'Ancient Law'.
During this period three stages are evidenced. This hugely influential work of is probably the one for which Sir Henry Maine (–88) is best remembered. Appointed Regius Professor of Civil Law at Cambridge when he was only twenty-five, Maine then became Reader in Roman law and jurisprudence at the Council of Legal Education, which had been established in London in by the Inns of Court, and combined this post with research.
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Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****.Sir Henry James Sumner Maine () was an English comparative jurist and historian, son of Dr. James Maine, of Kelso, Borders, Scotland. He is famous for the thesis, outlined in Ancient Law (), that law and society developed from status to.
Henry Sumner Maine was an English chap of the High Victorian era, i.e. the late 19th century. His Popular Government, a book discussing the properties and deficiencies of broad-suffrage democracy, is often recommended by reactionaries in the vein of Mencius g, in particular, included Popular Government in a list of three books constituting the canon of the so-called “Froude /5(6).
Savigny’s method of the historical school was followed in England by Sir Henry Maine, Lord Bryce & many others who made studies of various legal systems on historical published his first work ‘Ancient Law’ in This is considered to be the manifesto of his lifework in which he stated his general doctrines.
Law Journal (). 2 Sir Henry Sumner Maine, Ancient Law. Its Connection with the Early History of Society and Its Relation to Modern Ideas, with introduction and notes by The Right Hon.
Sir Frederick Pollock, Bart. (London: John Murray,pp. xxiv, ). 3 Sir Henry Sumner Maine, Dissertations on Early Law and Custom (new ed.; New. Ancient Law by Sir Henry Sumner Maine,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide.
The most extreme example of such theories is, perhaps, to be found in the attempt of Domat to distribute all law under its two ‘great commandments’ as set forth in the twenty-second chapter of St.
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