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Title: Adam Smith and Roman Servitudes
Authors: Metzger, Ernest
Keywords: Adam Smith
Roman Law
Scottish Enlightenment
Issue Date: 3-Nov-2005
Abstract: This essay discusses Adam Smith historical jurisprudence and his use of Roman law materials in his Lectures on Jurisprudence. It argues that Smith found it difficult to maintain his theory of legal development in the face of a highly developed body of Roman law literature.
Description: This essay is a preprint of an article that appeared at: Tijdschrift voor Rechstsgeschiedenis, 72 (2004), 327–57.
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