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Natural right and natural law

Javier Hervada

Natural right and natural law

a critical introduction

by Javier Hervada

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Published by University of Navarra in Pamplona .
Written in English


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Originally published as Introducción crítica al derecho natural.

Statement[translated by Alban d"Entremont].
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Open LibraryOL19173110M


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