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Sir Henry Maine
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Early History of Institutions, Lectures on the, by Henry Sumner Maine, LL.D. (). In his remarkable work on ‘Ancient Law: Its Connection with the Early History of Society, and its Relation to Modern Ideas’ (), Sir Henry Maine attempted to indicate some of the earliest ideas of mankind, as reflected in ancient law, and to point out the relation of those ideas to . Sir Henry Sumner Maine () remains one of the most prominent scholars of a great age of legal-historical studies.A lecturer on jurisprudence at Oxford and Cambridge, a journalist in London, as well as a colonial administrator in India, Maine is acknowledged today as a pioneer in establishing anthropological jurisprudence as an aspect Price: $
Sir Henry James Sumner Maine (15 August - 3 February ), was a British 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. Author: Sir Henry Sumner Maine. Sir Maine Henry Sumner. 0 (0 Reviews) Free Download. Read Online. This book is available for free download in a number of formats - including epub, pdf, azw, mobi and more. You can also read the full text online using our ereader. No one who is interested in the growth of human ideas or the origins of human society can afford to neglect.
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Sir Henry Sumner Maine () remains one of the most prominent scholars of a great age of legal-historical studies. A lecturer on jurisprudence at Oxford and Cambridge, a journalist in London, as well as a colonial administrator in India, Maine is acknowledged today as a pioneer in establishing anthropological jurisprudence as an aspect of the study of 5/5(6).
Sir Henry Sumner Maine was one of the great intellects of the Victorian era. In Popular Government he examines the political institutions of men. He saw that popular governments, unless they are founded upon and consonant with the evolutionary development of a people, will crumble from their own by: Sir Henry Maine died in and since then his ideas have been used by lawyers, historians, sociologists and many others.
This is the first book to. Sir Henry Sumner Maine (–) Ancient Law, by Henry Sumner Maine (). In his remarkable work on ‘Ancient Law: Its Connection with the Early History of Society, and Its Relation to Modern Ideas,’ Sir Henry Maine attempted to indicate some of the earliest ideas of mankind, as reflected in ancient law, and to point out the relation of those ideas to modern.
Sir Henry Maine died in and since then his ideas have been Sir Henry Maine book by lawyers, historians, sociologists and many others. This is the first book to concentrate upon what he said about the law itself, and, as such, it explores the pioneering work Maine did in explaining law not by reference to abstract analysis but by placing it firmly in its social and historical context.
Sir Henry James Sumner Maine, KCSI, was an English comparative jurist and historian. He is famous for the thesis outlined in Ancient Law that law /5. Sir Henry Maine. Written By: 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.
Sir Henry Sumner Maine. Holt, Lectures on the Early History of Institutions Analytical Jurists ancient Ireland Ancient Laws archaic Aryan Aryan race assertion Austin authority become belonged Bentham body Book of Aicill Brahminical Brehon law Brehon tracts brotherhood called cattle Celtic Celts Chief commands communities conception.
His books included Ancient Law (), Village Communities in the East and West (), Lectures on the Early History of Institutions () and Dissertations on File Size: 29KB.
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Grant Duff; with some of his Indian speeches and minutes, selected by Whitley Stokes, Additional Physical Format: Online version: Maine, Henry Sumner, Sir, Sir Henry Maine.
London, J. Murray, (OCoLC) Online version. Ancient Law is a book by Henry James Sumner Maine. It was first published in octavo in The book went through twelve editions during the lifetime of the author. The twelfth edition was published in A new edition, with notes by Frederick Pollock, was published in Author: Henry Maine.
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 Moldbug/5.
According to Sir Henry Maine, fiction is a device to extend new rules to old situations, to new circumstances with a minimum of intellectual effect. In his opinion, a legal fiction is a very useful agency of development of law to suit intricate and nutty situations.
Book Description. Best known as a history of progress, Ancient Law is the enduring work of the 19th-century legal historian Henry Sumner Maine. Even those who have never read Ancient Law may find Maine's famous phrase "from status to contract" familiar.
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Find items in libraries near you. Review of "Popular Government" by Sir Henry Maine This book was sought to analyze Democracy just like it was any other political system.
Such an undertaking is bound to provoke some hostile feelings as everyone today believes in Democracy. Sir Henry James Sumner Maine was a leading nineteenth-century English jurist.
Maine's writings on the social and historical bases of all legal. Henry Maine. LIBRARY OF CONGRESS. systems have been recognized for their clarity of thought and style, although modern commentators have criticized Maine for overgeneralization.
Sir Henry Sumner Maine () was one of the great intellects of the Victorian era. He trained as a lawyer, taught Civil Law at Cambridge University, served at the Inns of Court in London, worked on law reform in India, and was a professor of Jurisprudence at.
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.Brand new Book.
Sir Henry James Sumner Maine (15 August - 3 February ), was a British 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.".