Even though Benedict was not a lawyer, he had no doubt that his tenant was breaking the law and decided he had no option but to get in touch with the police. This, plus the reality that he was nurtured in the classical studies and the admiration of antiquity, naturally brought on Fenelon to accept the thought that mankind must be passive that the misfortunes and the prosperity — vices and virtues — of people are triggered by the external influence exercised upon them by the law and the legislators.
The annals of history bear witness to the truth of it: the incessant wars, mass migrations, religious persecutions, universal slavery, dishonesty in commerce, and monopolies. Home to scholars of international standing and based in the nation’s vibrant legal and political heart, there is no better spot to advance your knowledge of the law. And I repeat again: These two uses … Read More