Each age has its own image of the nature and relavant rules. Law refers to nature solely to acknowledge its own beliefs. It can be therefore argued that nature is “invented” by jurists in order to justify and strengthen political decisions. During the eighteenth century a purely theoretical conception of nature was adopted to deeply reform the legal system. More in detail, the notion of abstracted individual was created on the basis of the principles of freedom and equality.

Alvazzi del Frate, P. (2021). Le droit et «l’invention» de la nature au XVIIIe siècle. HISTORIA ET IUS, 19, 1-12 [10.32064/19.2021.14].

Le droit et «l’invention» de la nature au XVIIIe siècle

Alvazzi del Frate P.
2021-01-01

Abstract

Each age has its own image of the nature and relavant rules. Law refers to nature solely to acknowledge its own beliefs. It can be therefore argued that nature is “invented” by jurists in order to justify and strengthen political decisions. During the eighteenth century a purely theoretical conception of nature was adopted to deeply reform the legal system. More in detail, the notion of abstracted individual was created on the basis of the principles of freedom and equality.
Alvazzi del Frate, P. (2021). Le droit et «l’invention» de la nature au XVIIIe siècle. HISTORIA ET IUS, 19, 1-12 [10.32064/19.2021.14].
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