Pufendorf's Law of Nature and Nations: Abridg'd from the Original. In Which, the Author's Entire Treatise (De Officio Hominis & Civis) that was by Himself Design'd as the Epitome of His Larger Work, is Taken. The Whole Compar'd with the Respective Last Editions of Mr. Barbeyrac's French Translations, and Illustrated with His Notes, Volume 1
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