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By Home, Lord Kames, Henry; Edited by Haakonssen, Knud; Harris, James A.
Presents a history of law as a history of the progress of humankind from savage to civil society.
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By Home, Lord Kames, Henry; Edited by Jones, Peter
Features a philosophical work on 'criticism' in English by Kames, which first appeared in 1762. Volume one explores the nature and causes of the emotions and passions. Volume two delineates principles of rhetoric and literary appreciation, ending with a discussion of the formatio ...
By Home, Lord Kames, Henry; Edited by Lobban, Michael
Henry Home, Lord Kames, was the complete 'Enlightenment man', concerned with the full spectrum of human knowledge and its social use. First published in 1760, this title - in his jurisprudence - explains the distinction between the nature of equity and common law.
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