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... as a translation of Macbeth. This translation was commissioned by Friedrich Ludwig Schröder (1744–1816) for the theatre at Hanover, but was only finished when it was too late to be used for its intended purpose. Friedrich Schiller ’s...
... Law: Or the Laws of Nature and Nations , trans. George Turnbull , 2 vols ( London , 1741; new edn, ed. Thomas Ahnert and Peter Schröder, Indianapolis, 2008). Other relevant works Turnbull George , A Discourse upon the Nature and Origine...
... frühen 18. Jahrhundert ( Göttingen , 1972). Rüping Hinrich , Die Naturrechtslehre des Christian Thomasius und ihre Fortbildung in der Thomasius-Schule ( Bonn , 1968). Schröder Peter , Christian Thomasius zur Einführung ( Hamburg , 1999)....
...Heinrich Wilhelm von Gerstenberg was born on 3 January 1737 in the small town of Tondern in Holstein, which was then under Danish rule. He died on 11 November 1823 in Altona. Gerstenberg went to school in Husum and studied law...
... (ed.), Christian Thomasius (1655–1728). Interpretationen zu Werk und Wirkung ( Hamburg , 1989). Schröder Peter , Christian Thomasius zur Einführung ( Hamburg , 1999). Schröder Peter , Naturrecht und absolutistisches Staatsrecht. Eine...
... showed that Boolean algebra in the axiomatization of Schröder could be understood as elementary ontology (quantifying only nominal variables), and with nominal definitions can be based on a single axiom for weak inclusion (‘Any a are b’)....