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The mysterious science of the law : an essay on Blackstone's Commentaries showing how Blackstone, employing eighteenth-century ideas of science, religion, history, aesthetics, and philosophy, made of the law at once a conservative and a mysterious science

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dccontributorauthorBoorstin, Daniel J.
dcdateaccessioned2020-06-02T12:06:42Z
dcdateavailable2020-06-02T12:06:42Z
dcdateissued1941
dcidentifier000290779
dcidentifierurihttp://digi.law.muni.cz/digilaw/16406
dcformatextentxiii, 257 s.
dclanguageeng
dcpublisherHarvard University Press
dcsubjectengBlackstone, William, Sir, 1723-1780
dcsubjectczeprávní dějiny
dcsubjectczeprávní filozofie
dcsubjectczeprávní věda
dcsubjectenghistory of law
dcsubjectengphilosophy of law
dcsubjectengjurisprudence
dctitleengThe mysterious science of the law : an essay on Blackstone's Commentaries showing how Blackstone, employing eighteenth-century ideas of science, religion, history, aesthetics, and philosophy, made of the law at once a conservative and a mysterious science
dctypepravni-dejiny
dctermsspatialCambridge
dcrightsopenaccessTRUE
dcformatsourceSCAN
dcformatfonttypeMODERN_LATIN
dcdateembargoend2075-01-01