This is a juristic possession, a conception both of fact and of law.
Once more law and morals were identified in juristic thinking.
Three of these are not heard of thereafter in Roman juristic writing.
There it is also shown that these formulæ were due to Tertullian's juristic bias.
Later these natural rights came to be the bane of juristic thinking.
On a pia causa it was not necessary to confer a juristic personality.
The tribunate was untouched; but the legislature was divided into three sections, juristic, administrative, and financial.
Especially was this last the characteristic view of the West, where juristic notions prevailed.
The classics then supplied the starting-point for juristic and medical disquisitions.
Closely connected with juristic liberty, and more widely felt in everyday life, is the question of fiscal liberty.