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An Introduction to the History of the Science of Politics - Page 74
by Frederick Pollock - 1900 - 130 pages
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Cases on Constitutional Law: With Notes, Volume 1

James Bradley Thayer - Constitutional law - 1895 - 2434 pages
...and all other powers in any members or parts of the society derived from and subordinate to it. 151. f . supremo ; not that he has in himself all the supreme power, which is that of law-making, but because...
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Handbuch des Oeffentlichen Rechts: Einleitungsband, Volume 2

1899
...SSerfaffimg (II 168: constitution of society). 2) II 159. 3) II 151: In some Commonwealths where . . . the executive is vested in a single Person, who has also a share in the Legislative. 4) II 213. 5) II 135. 6) SJerflL ©. 226 SR. 12. 7) II 159 mit 147 unb 144; ebenfo 153. 8) II 107:...
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History of the Theory of Sovereignty Since Rousseau

Charles Edward Merriam - Sovereignty - 1900 - 232 pages
...and fortunes of the people." 3 Where the Legislature is not always in session and the Executive power is vested in a single person who has also a share in the Legislature, there, according to Locke, that single person " in a very tolerable sense, may also be...
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History of the Theory of Sovereignty Since Rousseau

Charles Edward Merriam - Souveraineté - 1900 - 222 pages
...power is vested in a single person who has also a share in the Legislature, there, according to Locke, that single person " in a very tolerable sense, may also be called supreme."4 So long as within the limits of the law he may be looked upon " as the image, phantom or...
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Of Civil Government and Toleration

John Locke - Liberty - 1905 - 192 pages
...and all other powers in any members or parts of the society derived from and subordinate to it. 151. In some commonwealths where the legislative is not...a very tolerable sense may also be called supreme, not that he has in himself all the supreme power, which is that of law-making, but because he has in...
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Readings in Political Philosophy

Francis William Coker - Political science - 1914 - 573 pages
...and all other powers in any members or parts of the society derived from and subordinate to it. 151. In some commonwealths where the legislative is not...very tolerable sense, may also be called supreme; not that he has in himself all the supreme power, which is that of law-making, but because he has in...
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Locke: Two Treatises of Government

John Locke - History - 1967 - 525 pages
...and all other Powers in any Members or parts of the Society, derived from and subordinate to it. 131. In some Commonwealths where the Legislative is not...Person in a very tolerable sense may also be called Supream, not that he has 3 in himself all the Supream Power, which is that of Law-making: But because...
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The Political Thought of John Locke: An Historical Account of the Argument ...

John Dunn - History - 1982 - 290 pages
...king's ministers were not technically in breach of the law. Similarly the 1 Two Treatises n, § 158. 1 'In some Commonwealths where the Legislative is not...Person in a very tolerable sense may also be called Supream, not that he has in himself all the Supream Power, which is that of Law-making: But because...
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Two Treatises of Government: With a Supplement, Patriarcha, by Robert Filmer

John Locke - Political Science - 1947 - 311 pages
...and all other powers in any members or parts of the society derived from and subordinate to it. 151. In some commonwealths where the legislative is not...a very tolerable sense may also be called supreme; not that he has in himself all the supreme power which is that of lawmaking, but because he has in...
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John Locke and the Theory of Sovereignty: Mixed Monarchy and the Right of ...

Julian H. Franklin - History - 1981 - 164 pages
...the Tories, is at pains to observe that a king of England is thereby entitled to be called supreme: In some Commonwealths, where the Legislative is not...vested in a single Person, who has also a share in 14 James Tyrrell, Patriarcha non Monarcha (London, 1681), p. 236. See also pp. 130-1. 18 Pufendorf,...
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