Susan Ford Wiltshire Traces The Evolution Of The Doctrine Of Individual Rights From Antiquity Through The Eighteenth Century The Common Thread Through That Long Story Is The Theory Of Natural Law Growing Out Of Greek Political Thought, Especially That Of Aristotle, Natural Law Became A Major Tenet Of Stoic Philosophy During The Hellenistic Age And Later Became Attached To Roman Legal Doctrine It Underwent Several Transformations During The Middle Ages On The Continent And In England, Especially In The Thought Of John Locke, Before It Came To Justify A Theory Of Natural Right, Claimed By Jefferson In The Declaration Of Independence As The Basis Of The Unalienable Rights Of Americans.
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- Greece, Rome, and the Bill of Rights (Oklahoma Series in Classical Culture)
- Susan Ford Wiltshire
- 11 July 2018 Susan Ford Wiltshire