A. S. McGrade "A superb scholarly synthesis of medieval into early modern legal, philosophical, and theological sources for an idea widely and not always favorably regarded as a product of the European Enlightenment. . . A scholarly gem with cutting-edge relevance for our present global condition."Vom Verlag:
". . . a compelling historical account of natural rights. . . .That Tierney brings to his historical task a thorough acquaintance with major contemporary theories of moral and legal rights gives his work additional value for ethicists." - Religious Studies Review ". . . a tour de force of integration and learning. . . . It is a synthesis that will become the required starting point in all future efforts to write about the history of rights." - Studia canonica
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