The Resource Vindiciæ contra tyrannos, a defence of liberty against tyrants, or, Of the lawful power of the prince over the people, and of the people over the prince : being a treatise, written in Latin and French by Junius Brutus [pseud.] and translated out of both into English ..

Vindiciæ contra tyrannos, a defence of liberty against tyrants, or, Of the lawful power of the prince over the people, and of the people over the prince : being a treatise, written in Latin and French by Junius Brutus [pseud.] and translated out of both into English ..

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Vindiciæ contra tyrannos, a defence of liberty against tyrants, or, Of the lawful power of the prince over the people, and of the people over the prince : being a treatise
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Vindiciæ contra tyrannos, a defence of liberty against tyrants, or, Of the lawful power of the prince over the people, and of the people over the prince
Title remainder
being a treatise
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written in Latin and French by Junius Brutus [pseud.] and translated out of both into English ..
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  • eng
  • latfre
  • eng
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EAA
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  • L416
  • II 257
Citation source
  • Wing
  • Arber's Term cat.
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1518-1581
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Languet, Hubert
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dictionaries
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  • 1519-1605
  • 1549-1623
  • 17th cent
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  • Bèze, Théodore de
  • Mornay, Philippe de
  • Walker, William
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  • Political science
  • Kings and rulers
  • Despotism
  • Great Britain
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general
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Vindiciæ contra tyrannos, a defence of liberty against tyrants, or, Of the lawful power of the prince over the people, and of the people over the prince : being a treatise, written in Latin and French by Junius Brutus [pseud.] and translated out of both into English ..
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Note
  • Marginal notes
  • Also attributed to Theodore Beza, and to Duplessis-Mornay. Cf. Languet, H. A defence of liberty against tyrants
  • Translation of Vindiciæ contra tyrannos
  • The translation has been attributed to William Walker. Cf. Halkett and Laing
  • Reproduction of original in Huntington Library
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file reproduced from microform
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rdacarrier
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text
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  • txt
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Contents
(from t.p.): Questions discussed in this treatise: I. Whether subjects are bound and ought to obey princes, if they command that which is against the law of God -- II. Whether it be lawful to resist a prince which doth infring [sic] the law of God, or ruine the Church, by whom, how, and how far it is lawful -- III. Whether it be lawful to resist a prince which doth oppress or ruine a publick state, and how far such resistance may be extended, by whom, how, and by what right, or law it is permitted -- IV. Whether neighbour princes or states may be, or are bound by law, to give succours to the subjects of other princes, afflicted for the cause of true religion, or oppressed by manifest tyranny
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eebo12033819
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[4], 164 p.
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computer
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rdamedia
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cl0037000016
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Electronic reproduction.
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Vindiciæ contra tyrannos, a defence of liberty against tyrants, or, Of the lawful power of the prince over the people, and of the people over the prince : being a treatise, written in Latin and French by Junius Brutus [pseud.] and translated out of both into English ..
Publication
Note
  • Marginal notes
  • Also attributed to Theodore Beza, and to Duplessis-Mornay. Cf. Languet, H. A defence of liberty against tyrants
  • Translation of Vindiciæ contra tyrannos
  • The translation has been attributed to William Walker. Cf. Halkett and Laing
  • Reproduction of original in Huntington Library
Antecedent source
file reproduced from microform
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
  • cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Color
black and white
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
(from t.p.): Questions discussed in this treatise: I. Whether subjects are bound and ought to obey princes, if they command that which is against the law of God -- II. Whether it be lawful to resist a prince which doth infring [sic] the law of God, or ruine the Church, by whom, how, and how far it is lawful -- III. Whether it be lawful to resist a prince which doth oppress or ruine a publick state, and how far such resistance may be extended, by whom, how, and by what right, or law it is permitted -- IV. Whether neighbour princes or states may be, or are bound by law, to give succours to the subjects of other princes, afflicted for the cause of true religion, or oppressed by manifest tyranny
Control code
eebo12033819
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
[4], 164 p.
File format
one file format
Form of item
electronic
Level of compression
lossless
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • c
http://library.link/vocab/ext/overdrive/overdriveId
cl0037000016
Reproduction note
Electronic reproduction.
Specific material designation
remote

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