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Conrad Summenhart's Theory of Individual Rights POD/NR

Conrad Summenhart's Theory of Individual Rights

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About the Book
In recent decades scholars have shown considerable and steadily increasing interest in medieval discussions of rights. This book aims to make a significant contribution to scholarship by providing a detailed and systematic account of Conrad Summenhart's (c.1458-1502) language of individual rights. Starting from the view that Summenhart's Opus septipartitum contains a carefully constructed and comprehensive theory of individual rights, this study analyses Summenhart's theory in its historical context, treating it as a culmination of late medieval discourse on individual rights. This study is particularly useful to scholars interested in the origin of human rights language and modern political individualism, as well as to all those who work in the field of late medieval and early modern political and moral philosophy.
About the Author: Jussi Varkemaa, Th.D. (2009) in Philosophy of Religion, University of Helsinki, is postdoctoral researcher at the University of Helsinki. He has published several articles on late medieval discourse of individual rights.
Book Details
ISBN-13: 9789004216839
Publisher: Brill
Publisher Imprint: Brill
Depth: 19
Language: English
Returnable: Y
Spine Width: 20 mm
Width: 163 mm
ISBN-10: 9004216839
Publisher Date: 28 Oct 2011
Binding: Hardback
Height: 241 mm
No of Pages: 268
Series Title: Studies in Medieval and Reformation Traditions
Weight: 521 gr
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