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Internationaler Buchtitel. In englischer Sprache. Verlag: DODO PR, 456 Seiten, L=216mm, B=140mm, H=26mm, Gew.=576gr, [GR: 25500 - TB/Geschichte], [SW: - History - General History], Kartoniert/Broschiert, Klappentext: VILLAOE - COMMUNITIES EAST AND WEST mr i oriiJiit LKCTURRS, AiwuKmam. AXD KNN BY THE SAME AUTHOR. 4-ANCIENT LAW ITS CONNECTION WITH TIIK EA. ULY ITisroitY OF SOCIKTY, AND ITS KELATION TO MOT KKN IDKA. S. Qth Edition, 8vo. 12. THE EARLY IIISTOKY of INSTITU TIONS. 2nd Edit inn. 8vo. 12. s. VILLAGE-COMMUNITIES EAST AND WEST SIX J. KOTUUKK DKUVKltKJ AT OXFOKJ By SJK IIENKY SUMNElt MAINE, K. C. S. I. LL. D. F. H. S. ALTIIOH UJJ ANCIENT LAW AND THE BAllLY HtefOKY OK INSTITUTIONS 1 THIRD EDITION TV WIIWJI ARE ADDED OTUEli LECTURE ADDHEi KX, AM AM U LONDON JOHN MUIIKAY, ALBEMARLE STREET 187H Th mjht t tninihtltvn menu PREFACE THIRD AND ENLARGED EDITION. As i Third Kclitioii of the Lectures constituting the volume on Village-Communities in the East and West is now required, it lias been thought desirable to add to them some other Lectures, Addresses, and Essays by the author. All of them, except the last, will be found to have a bearing on subjects treated of in the Lectures on Village-Communities. The Rede Lecture, on the Effects of Observation of India on Modern European Thought has been published separately. The Essays on the 4 Theory of Evidence and on l Roman Law and Legal Edu cation appeared respectively in the Fortnightly lieview and in the Cambridge Essays. The three Addresses delivered by the author in the capacity of Viee-Ohaiicellor of the University of Calcutta have not before been printed in this country. LONDON PREFACE TO TIIK FIRST EDITION OF VILLAGK-COMMUNITIES IN THE EAST AND WEST. THE Six LECTURES which follow were designed as an introduction to a considerably longer Course, of which the object was to point out the importance, in juridical enquiries, of increased attention tothe phenomena of usage and legal thought which are observable in the East. The writer had not intended to print these Lectures at present but it appeared to a part of his audience that their publication might possibly help to connect two special sets of investi gations, each of which possesses great interest, but is apparently conducted in ignorance of its bearing on the other. The fragmentary character of the work must be pleaded in excuse for the non-performance of some promises which are given in the text, and for some digressions which, with reference to the main subject of discussion, may appear to be of un reasonable length. Vlll PKKFACH TO TIIK FIRST EDITION. The eminent German writers whose conclusions are briefly summarised in the Third and Fifth Lectures are comparatively little known in England, and a list of their principal works is given in the Second Appendix. For such knowledge of Indian phenomena as he possesses the writer is much in debted to the conversation of Lord Lawrence, whose capacity for the political direction of the natives of India was acquired by patient study of their ideas and usages during his early career. The principal statements made in the text concerning the Indian Village - Communities have been submitted to Sir George Campbell, now Lieut.-Governor of Bengal, who has been good enough to say that they coincide in the main with the results of his own experience and observation, which have been very extensive. No general assertions are likely to be true without large qualification of a country BO vast as India, but every effort has been made to control the state ments of each informant by those of others. Some matter has been introduced into theLectures which, for want of time, was omitted at their de livery. Ftlruanj 1871. CONTENTS. LECTURE I. THE EAST, AND THE STUDY OF JURISPRUDENCE... VILLAOE - COMMUNITIES EAST AND WEST mr i oriiJiit LKCTURRS, AiwuKmam. AXD KNN BY THE SAME AUTHOR. 4-ANCIENT LAW ITS CONNECTION WITH TIIK EA. ULY ITisroitY OF SOCIKTY, AND ITS KELATION TO MOT KKN IDKA. S. Qth Edition, 8vo. 12. THE EARLY IIISTOKY of INSTITU TIONS. 2nd Edit inn. 8vo. 12. s. VILLAGE-COMMUNITIES EAST AND WEST SIX J. KOTUUKK DKUVKltKJ AT OXFOKJ By SJK IIENKY SUMNElt MAINE, K. C. S. I. LL. D. F. H. S. ALTIIOH UJJ ANCIENT LAW AND THE BAllLY HtefOKY OK INSTITUTIONS 1 THIRD EDITION TV WIIWJI ARE ADDED OTUEli LECTURE ADDHEi KX, AM AM U LONDON JOHN MUIIKAY, ALBEMARLE STREET 187H Th mjht t tninihtltvn menu PREFACE THIRD AND ENLARGED EDITION. As i Third Kclitioii of the Lectures constituting the volume on Village-Communities in the East and West is now required, it lias been thought desirable to add to them some other Lectures, Addresses, and Essays by the author. All of them, except the last, will be found to have a bearing on subjects treated of in the Lectures on Village-Communities. The Rede Lecture, on the Effects of Observation of India on Modern European Thought has been published separately. The Essays on the 4 Theory of Evidence and on l Roman Law and Legal Edu cation appeared respectively in the Fortnightly lieview and in the Cambridge Essays. The three Addresses delivered by the author in the capacity of Viee-Ohaiicellor of the University of Calcutta have not before been printed in this country. LONDON PREFACE TO TIIK FIRST EDITION OF VILLAGK-COMMUNITIES IN THE EAST AND WEST. THE Six LECTURES which follow were designed as an introduction to a considerably longer Course, of which the object was to point out the importance, in juridical enquiries, of increased attention tothe phenomena of usage and legal thought which are observable in the East. The writer had not intended to print these Lectures at present but it appeared to a part of his audience that their publication might possibly help to connect two special sets of investi gations, each of which possesses great interest, but is apparently conducted in ignorance of its bearing on the other. The fragmentary character of the work must be pleaded in excuse for the non-performance of some promises which are given in the text, and for some digressions which, with reference to the main subject of discussion, may appear to be of un reasonable length. Vlll PKKFACH TO TIIK FIRST EDITION. The eminent German writers whose conclusions are briefly summarised in the Third and Fifth Lectures are comparatively little known in England, and a list of their principal works is given in the Second Appendix. For such knowledge of Indian phenomena as he possesses the writer is much in debted to the conversation of Lord Lawrence, whose capacity for the political direction of the natives of India was acquired by patient study of their ideas and usages during his early career. The principal statements made in the text concerning the Indian Village - Communities have been submitted to Sir George Campbell, now Lieut.-Governor of Bengal, who has been good enough to say that they coincide in the main with the results of his own experience and observation, which have been very extensive. No general assertions are likely to be true without large qualification of a country BO vast as India, but every effort has been made to control the state ments of each informant by those of others. Some matter has been introduced into theLectures which, for want of time, was omitted at their de livery. Ftlruanj 1871. CONTENTS. LECTURE I. THE EAST, AND THE STUDY OF JURISPRUDENCE...

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[EAN: 9781406774764], Neubuch, [PU: Read Books], BRAND NEW PRINT ON DEMAND., Village Communities In The East And West, Sir Henry Sumner Maine, VILLAOE - COMMUNITIES EAST AND WEST mr i oriiJiit LKCTURRS, AiwuKmam. AXD KNN BY THE SAME AUTHOR. 4-ANCIENT LAW ITS CONNECTION WITH TIIK EA. ULY ITisroitY OF SOCIKTY, AND ITS KELATION TO MOT KKN IDKA. S. Qth Edition, 8vo. 12. THE EARLY IIISTOKY of INSTITU TIONS. 2nd Edit inn. 8vo. 12. s. VILLAGE-COMMUNITIES EAST AND WEST SIX J. KOTUUKK DKUVKltKJ AT OXFOKJ By SJK IIENKY SUMNElt MAINE, K. C. S. I. LL. D. F. H. S. ALTIIOH UJJ ANCIENT LAW AND THE BAllLY HtefOKY OK INSTITUTIONS 1 THIRD EDITION TV WIIWJI ARE ADDED OTUEli LECTURE ADDHEi KX, AM AM U LONDON JOHN MUIIKAY, ALBEMARLE STREET 187H Th mjht t tninihtltvn menu PREFACE THIRD AND ENLARGED EDITION. As i Third Kclitioii of the Lectures constituting the volume on Village-Communities in the East and West is now required, it lias been thought desirable to add to them some other Lectures, Addresses, and Essays by the author. All of them, except the last, will be found to have a bearing on subjects treated of in the Lectures on Village-Communities. The Rede Lecture, on the Effects of Observation of India on Modern European Thought has been published separately. The Essays on the 4 Theory of Evidence and on l Roman Law and Legal Edu cation appeared respectively in the Fortnightly lieview and in the Cambridge Essays. The three Addresses delivered by the author in the capacity of Viee-Ohaiicellor of the University of Calcutta have not before been printed in this country. LONDON PREFACE TO TIIK FIRST EDITION OF VILLAGK-COMMUNITIES IN THE EAST AND WEST. THE Six LECTURES which follow were designed as an introduction to a considerably longer Course, of which the object was to point out the importance, in juridical enquiries, of increased attention tothe phenomena of usage and legal thought which are observable in the East. The writer had not intended to print these Lectures at present but it appeared to a part of his audience that their publication might possibly help to connect two special sets of investi gations, each of which possesses great interest, but is apparently conducted in ignorance of its bearing on the other. The fragmentary character of the work must be pleaded in excuse for the non-performance of some promises which are given in the text, and for some digressions which, with reference to the main subject of discussion, may appear to be of un reasonable length. Vlll PKKFACH TO TIIK FIRST EDITION. The eminent German writers whose conclusions are briefly summarised in the Third and Fifth Lectures are comparatively little known in England, and a list of their principal works is given in the Second Appendix. For such knowledge of Indian phenomena as he possesses the writer is much in debted to the conversation of Lord Lawrence, whose capacity for the political direction of the natives of India was acquired by patient study of their ideas and usages during his early career. The principal statements made in the text concerning the Indian Village - Communities have been submitted to Sir George Campbell, now Lieut.-Governor of Bengal, who has been good enough to say that they coincide in the main with the results of his own experience and observation, which have been very extensive. No general assertions are likely to be true without large qualification of a country BO vast as India, but every effort has been made to control the state ments of each informant by those of others. Some matter has been introduced into theLectures which, for want of time, was omitted at their de livery. Ftlruanj 1871. CONTENTS. LECTURE I. THE EAST, AND THE STUDY OF JURISPRUDENCE.

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[ED: Taschenbuch], [PU: DODO PR], VILLAOE - COMMUNITIES EAST AND WEST mr i oriiJiit LKCTURRS, AiwuKmam. AXD KNN BY THE SAME AUTHOR. 4-ANCIENT LAW ITS CONNECTION WITH TIIK EA. ULY ITisroitY OF SOCIKTY, AND ITS KELATION TO MOT KKN IDKA. S. Qth Edition, 8vo. 12. THE EARLY IIISTOKY of INSTITU TIONS. 2nd Edit inn. 8vo. 12. s. VILLAGE-COMMUNITIES EAST AND WEST SIX J. KOTUUKK DKUVKltKJ AT OXFOKJ By SJK IIENKY SUMNElt MAINE, K. C. S. I. LL. D. F. H. S. ALTIIOH UJJ ANCIENT LAW AND THE BAllLY HtefOKY OK INSTITUTIONS 1 THIRD EDITION TV WIIWJI ARE ADDED OTUEli LECTURE ADDHEi KX, AM AM U LONDON JOHN MUIIKAY, ALBEMARLE STREET 187H Th mjht t tninihtltvn menu PREFACE THIRD AND ENLARGED EDITION. As i Third Kclitioii of the Lectures constituting the volume on Village-Communities in the East and West is now required, it lias been thought desirable to add to them some other Lectures, Addresses, and Essays by the author. All of them, except the last, will be found to have a bearing on subjects treated of in the Lectures on Village-Communities. The Rede Lecture, on the Effects of Observation of India on Modern European Thought has been published separately. The Essays on the 4 Theory of Evidence and on l Roman Law and Legal Edu cation appeared respectively in the Fortnightly lieview and in the Cambridge Essays. The three Addresses delivered by the author in the capacity of Viee-Ohaiicellor of the University of Calcutta have not before been printed in this country. LONDON PREFACE TO TIIK FIRST EDITION OF VILLAGK-COMMUNITIES IN THE EAST AND WEST. THE Six LECTURES which follow were designed as an introduction to a considerably longer Course, of which the object was to point out the importance, in juridical enquiries, of increased attention tothe phenomena of usage and legal thought which are observable in the East. The writer had not intended to print these Lectures at present but it appeared to a part of his audience that their publication might possibly help to connect two special sets of investi gations, each of which possesses great interest, but is apparently conducted in ignorance of its bearing on the other. The fragmentary character of the work must be pleaded in excuse for the non-performance of some promises which are given in the text, and for some digressions which, with reference to the main subject of discussion, may appear to be of un reasonable length. Vlll PKKFACH TO TIIK FIRST EDITION. The eminent German writers whose conclusions are briefly summarised in the Third and Fifth Lectures are comparatively little known in England, and a list of their principal works is given in the Second Appendix. For such knowledge of Indian phenomena as he possesses the writer is much in debted to the conversation of Lord Lawrence, whose capacity for the political direction of the natives of India was acquired by patient study of their ideas and usages during his early career. The principal statements made in the text concerning the Indian Village - Communities have been submitted to Sir George Campbell, now Lieut.-Governor of Bengal, who has been good enough to say that they coincide in the main with the results of his own experience and observation, which have been very extensive. No general assertions are likely to be true without large qualification of a country BO vast as India, but every effort has been made to control the state ments of each informant by those of others. Some matter has been introduced into theLectures which, for want of time, was omitted at their de livery. Ftlruanj 1871. CONTENTS. LECTURE I. THE EAST, AND THE STUDY OF JURISPRUDENCE... Versandfertig in über 4 Wochen, [SC: 0.00]

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VILLAOE - COMMUNITIES EAST AND WEST mr i oriiJiit LKCTURRS, AiwuKmam. AXD KNN BY THE SAME AUTHOR. 4-ANCIENT LAW ITS CONNECTION WITH TIIK EA. ULY ITisroitY OF SOCIKTY, AND ITS KELATION TO MOT KKN IDKA. S. Qth Edition, 8vo. 12. THE EARLY IIISTOKY of INSTITU TIONS. 2nd Edit inn. 8vo. 12. s. VILLAGE-COMMUNITIES EAST AND WEST SIX J. KOTUUKK DKUVKltKJ AT OXFOKJ By SJK IIENKY SUMNElt MAINE, K. C. S. I. LL. D. F. H. S. ALTIIOH UJJ ANCIENT LAW AND THE BAllLY HtefOKY OK INSTITUTIONS 1 THIRD EDITION TV WIIWJI ARE ADDED OTUEli LECTURE ADDHEi KX, AM AM U LONDON JOHN MUIIKAY, ALBEMARLE STREET 187H Th mjht t tninihtltvn menu PREFACE THIRD AND ENLARGED EDITION. As i Third Kclitioii of the Lectures constituting the volume on Village-Communities in the East and West is now required, it lias been thought desirable to add to them some other Lectures, Addresses, and Essays by the author. All of them, except the last, will be found to have a bearing on subjects treated of in the Lectures on Village-Communities. The Rede Lecture, on the Effects of Observation of India on Modern European Thought has been published separately. The Essays on the 4 Theory of Evidence and on l Roman Law and Legal Edu cation appeared respectively in the Fortnightly lieview and in the Cambridge Essays. The three Addresses delivered by the author in the capacity of Viee-Ohaiicellor of the University of Calcutta have not before been printed in this country. LONDON PREFACE TO TIIK FIRST EDITION OF VILLAGK-COMMUNITIES IN THE EAST AND WEST. THE Six LECTURES which follow were designed as an introduction to a considerably longer Course, of which the object was to point out the importance, in juridical enquiries, of increased attention tothe phenomena of usage and legal thought which are observable in the East. The writer had not intended to print these Lectures at present but it appeared to a part of his audience that their publication might possibly help to connect two special sets of investi gations, each of which possesses great interest, but is apparently conducted in ignorance of its bearing on the other. The fragmentary character of the work must be pleaded in excuse for the non-performance of some promises which are given in the text, and for some digressions which, with reference to the main subject of discussion, may appear to be of un reasonable length. Vlll PKKFACH TO TIIK FIRST EDITION. The eminent German writers whose conclusions are briefly summarised in the Third and Fifth Lectures are comparatively little known in England, and a list of their principal works is given in the Second Appendix. For such knowledge of Indian phenomena as he possesses the writer is much in debted to the conversation of Lord Lawrence, whose capacity for the political direction of the natives of India was acquired by patient study of their ideas and usages during his early career. The principal statements made in the text concerning the Indian Village - Communities have been submitted to Sir George Campbell, now Lieut.-Governor of Bengal, who has been good enough to say that they coincide in the main with the results of his own experience and observation, which have been very extensive. No general assertions are likely to be true without large qualification of a country BO vast as India, but every effort has been made to control the state ments of each informant by those of others. Some matter has been introduced into theLectures which, for want of time, was omitted at their de livery. Ftlruanj 1871. CONTENTS. LECTURE I. THE EAST, AND THE STUDY OF JURISPRUDENCE...

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