Gaius Noster: Substructures of Western Social Thought

Kelley, Donald R.
June 1979
American Historical Review;Jun79, Vol. 84 Issue 3, p619
Academic Journal
Discusses the influence of Gaius Noster, a classical jurists on the substructures of Western social thought. Establishment of a dominant archtype and practical social thought; Expression of the metaphysical foundations of social thought; Transformation of the Gaian paradigm.


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