The Practice of Natural Law Holaind, Rene I. Natural Law and Legal Practice: Lectures Delivered at the Law School of Georgetown University. Originally published: New York: Benziger Brothers, 1899. 344 pp. Reprinted 2008 by The Lawbook Exchange, Ltd. ISBN-13: 9781584778684; ISBN-10: 1584778687. Hardcover. New. $95. * Reprint of the sole edition. Based on a series of lectures, this study examines the questions of taxation, capital and labor organizations, strikes and boycotts and other major social issues. The solutions he gives are inspired by the principles of Christian philosophy and adapted to the actual conditions of society. Its contents include "Teleology, or Moral Causation," "Essence, Concrete Existence, And Attributes of Natural Law," "Human Acts and Animal Motions," "Freedom of the Will," "Utilitarianism," "Justice," "The Individual, The Family, The State," "Property," "On Taxation," "Conflict of Rights," "Combinations of Capital, And Labor Organizations" and "Legal Ethics." Father Holaind [1836-1913], a Jesuit, was a notable neo-scholastic philosopher. He was Professor of Ethics and Sociology at Woodstock College, and Lecturer on Natural and Canon Law at Georgetown University.
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