jurisprudence

[ joo r-is-prood-ns, joo r-is-prood- ]SEE DEFINITION OF jurisprudence

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The true principle is taught not by jurisprudence but by history.

Why jurisprudence, when there were no bad morals from which good laws sprang?

No durable system of jurisprudence could be produced in this way.

But from the mature Roman jurisprudence it had entirely disappeared.

The province of legislation is jus dare—of jurisprudence, jus dicere.

Is it a principle of your jurisprudence to permit the guilty to assign their own punishment?

His system of jurisprudence, therefore, has been described as historical and traditional.

Of these he incorporated thirty thousand into his system of jurisprudence.

Jurisprudence has passed through the dominion of this tendency.

He founded a convent for Sufis and a professorship of jurisprudence.

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