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" All human laws are, properly speaking, only declaratory; they may alter the mode and application, but have no power over the substance of original justice. "
The Works of the Right Honourable Edmund Burke - Sivu 357
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The Works of Edmund Burke, Nide 2

Edmund Burke - 1834
...speaking, only declaratory ; they may alter the mode and application, hut have no power over the suhstance of original justice. The other foundation of law, which is utility, must he understood, not of partial or limited, hut of general and puhlic utility, connected in the same...

The Works of Edmund Burke: With a Memoir, Nide 2

Edmund Burke - 1835
...nature, and which Philo, with propriety and beauty, calls the mother of justice. All human laws are, find apologies for the despair of laziness and pusillanimity,...manly efforts, when the exigencies of our country public utility, connected in the same manner with, and * Cicero de Legibus, lib. prim. 15 et 16. О...

Snethen on lay representation: or, Essays on lay representation and church ...

1835 - 384 sivua
...upon our common nature, and which Philo, with propriety, calls the mother justice. All human laws are, properly speaking, only declaratory ; they may alter...understood not of partial or limited, but of general or of public utility, connected in the same manner with, and derived directly from our rational nature...

The Works of Edmund Burke, Nide 5

Edmund Burke - 1839
...nature, and which Philo, with propriety and beauty, calls the mother of justice. All human laws are, properly speaking, only declaratory ; they may alter...understood, not of partial or limited, but of general and public utility, connected in the same manner with, and derived directly from, our rational nature ;...

The voluntary system: a prize essay in reply to dr. Chalmers on church ...

Joseph Angus - 1839
...nature, and which Philo, with propriety and beauty, calls the Mother of Justice. AH human laws are, properly speaking, only declaratory; they may alter...which is utility, must be understood, not of partial and limited, but of general and public, utility, connected in the same manner with, and derived directly...

The Eclectic Review, Nide 10;Nide 74

William Hendry Stowell - 1841
...nature, and which Philo, with ' propriety and beauty, calls the Mother of Justice. All human laws are, properly speaking, only declaratory ; they may alter...understood not of partial or limited, but of general and public utility, connected with, and directly derived from our rational nature ; for any other utility...

Past and Present Policy of England Towards Ireland

Charles Greville - 1845 - 359 sivua
...with which these prescriptive statutes are utterly incompatible. " All human laws," says Burke, " are, properly speaking, only declaratory ; they may alter...understood not of partial or limited, but of general and public utility."* The tyrant's plea of necessity for ruling this great portion of the empire with a...

Past and Present Policy of England Towards Ireland

Charles Greville - 1845 - 359 sivua
...with which these proscriptive statutes are utterly incompatible. "All human laws," says Burke, " are, properly speaking, only declaratory; they may alter...understood not of partial or limited, but of general and public utility."* The tyrant's plea of necessity for ruling this great portion of the empire with a...

The Works and Correspondence of the Right Honourable Edmund Burke, Nide 6

Edmund Burke - 1852
...nature, and which Philo, with propriety and beauty, calls the mother of justice. All human laws are, properly speaking, only declaratory ; they may alter...understood, not of partial or limited, but of general and public utility, connected in the same manner with, and derived directly from, our rational nature ;...

Commentaries Upon International Law, Nide 1

Sir Robert Phillimore - 1854
...their institution merely, and independent of the quality of the subject matter. All human laws are, properly speaking, only declaratory. They may alter...no power over the substance of original justice." — Burke's Treatise on the Popery Laws. " That power which, to the legitimate, must be according to...




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