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(2018-08-17) - Journal articleAlthough the care of the basic medical needs of much of the population, or what might be termed general medicine, accounted by the mid nineteenth century for the work of the majority of medical men in Britain, those who ...
(Routledge Taylor & Francis Group, 2017-06-07) - Book itemIn Roman law, an inheritance could be passed on according to the rules of intestate or testate succession. The Roman law of succession presents people with an enormous display of legal ingenuity. This chapter analyses some ...
(Routledge Taylor & Francis Group, 2017-05-23) - Book itemThis chapter explores the role of power in the theory of global constitutionalism. It draws on the work of Nicholas Onuf, whose launched constructivist IR theory. It borrows from Onuf the idea of rules and rule making, but ...
(de Gruyter, 2017-11) - Book item
(2016-05-26) - Journal articleContractarianism initially made its mark, in the seventeenth century, as a sort of theory of everything in ethics. But gradually philosophers became convinced that there were resources available outside contractarianism ...