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Take, for example, the conceptions borrowed from the jural sphere.

By this emphasis, arise the jural theories (Latin, jus, law).

This is a jural postulate of civilized society as we know it.

Woolsey says that "a slave sojourning to a free land cannot be treated as his master's property—as destitute of jural capacity."

The civilization of the time did not involve the corollaries of our jural postulate.

The second assimilates ethics to a system of legal enactments, and is connected with the jural conceptions of theology and law.

To make these moral instead of jural terms, the first thing that is needed is that we make the whole process an inward one.

Each State Legislature is a little political academy for the advancement of jural science and art.

If by any means we can determine the early forms of jural conceptions, they will be invaluable to us.

The jural judgments of individuals are not complete judgments; they are based upon an undefined sense of right and wrong.

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