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A

adversarial approach to dispute settlement, aspects of,
advertising,
aerial bombing,
        ethical and legal considerations,
        history of,
Amnesty International,papuanewguinea.html#Native_Courts_and_Native_Custom
        and Peter Benenson,
        and civil disobedience,
        and political imprisonment,
        and violence,
animal welfare
antisemitism,
        Christian,
        and the Enlightenment,
        European,
        post-1870,nonwesternreligion.html#The_treatment_of_women
atomic bomb, the,
        and Hiroshima,
authority, increasing centralisation of,

B

The Bar,
        and the common law,
        history of,
Benenson, Peter,
Buddhism,
        and Western humanitarianism,
Butterfield, Herbert

C

Calvinism,
         rejection of ethic of compassion,
capitalism,
         ethics of,
         and hedonism,
child labour,
Cicero, De Legibus
civilian and cluster bombing in Afghanistan and Iraq,
common law, the
         and the concept of a fair trial,
         and the Crown and parliament at the end of the Middle Ages,
         and the legacy of Roman law,
         and statutes,
         compared with Roman law
         failure to cope
         transformation of since 1949,
compassion,
       ethic of
consumer protection,
continental law,
criminal responsibility,
         acceptance of,nonwesternreligion.html#Multiracialism_in_early_Islam
         challenge to the idea of,
         definition of,
         difficulties in ascertaining and giving effect to,
         individualising of,
         in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries,
         in pre-State societies,
         idea of in the Western legal tradition,
Curtis-Greenwell report, the
         and the Desailly-Iramu report,

D

De Legibus, Cicero
Democracy,
         compatibility with protection of rights,
         rise of,
Derham,
         and Hasluck, Paul,
         views on native custom,
Desailly-Iramu report, the
          and the Curtis-Greenwell report,
Dissertationes, Epictetus

E

eastern religions, the
        internal reform as response to western ideas,
        Western impact on,
        Westernisation of,
        Zealot reaction to Western influence,
English law,
        development of before the nineteenth century,
enlightenment,
       rationalism,
       rationalism (b)
       idea of reform  
environmental protection,
Epictetus, Dissertationes,
Epistolae, Seneca,
equality,

F

factory legislation
fair trial,
        common law concept of a,
        in Elizabethan England,
Fenbury, David,
        and the Native Courts Ordinance,

G

Geneva Convention, the
Glorious Revolution, the
guilt, the idea of,

H

Hamburg,
        the bombing of,
Hasluck, Paul
        and Derham,
Hinduism,
         and caste,
        European influence on,
        social practices,
        untouchability,
humanitarian movement, the
       and the Catholic Church,
       underlying ideas,
       social action from the eighteenth to the nineteenth century,
hedonism,
       and capitalism,

I

I.G.Farben Chemical Trust,
individual, the,
        protection of,
individualism
individual responsibility,
        and punishment
Islam,
        and punishment of criminals,
        and the ideas underlying Western Humanitarianism
        and multiracialism,
        and religious toleration
        and the Shari’a,
        and women,
Islamicism,

J

Jews in China,
judicial review,
justiciability, the problem of

K

L

Legalism,
        European,
        Nature of,
        failure in Roman law,
        in public law,
        and Roman law,
        transformation of as Roman law becomes regulatory,
Levellers,

M

Marcus Aurelius Antioninus, Meditations
matrimonial law
Meditations, Marcus Aurelius Antioninus
mentally ill, the,
       treatment of,
Morrison, William Lawrence,

N

nationalism,
      German,
      and the idea of nationality,
      ideas related to,
      identification of the nation with the state,
      nature of,
      and the masses,
      and patriotism,
      and Rousseau’s conception of ‘the general will,’
      and war,
native courts,
natural law,  
      and Roman law,
      and stoicism,
natural rights,
       and humanitarianism,
neo-classical economics,
       and natural rights,
Northern Territory Rights of the Terminally Ill Act 1995, the,

nuclear weapons,
       control of,

O

P

Papua New Guinea,
       and Australian law and the trial process in,
       interaction of introduced law and traditional social regulation in,
       native courts of,
       native customs in,
parliament,
       and the common law at the end of the Middle Ages,
       and the Crown,
       and the prerogative,
       rise of,
       in the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries,
       supremacy of,
political imprisonment in the mid-twentieth century,
        Africa,
        Communist Europe,
        Greece,
        Indonesia,
        Portugal,
        Rhodesia,
        South Africa
        The Soviet Union,
       Spain,
Potsdam declaration, the
prison reform,
product liability,
proportionality, the notion of,
Prussian militarism,
       union with German nationalism,
public law,
punishment,
       humanising of,
       individualising of,

Q

Quakers, the
                         
R

Racialism,
       In Europe,
rationalism,
       and the authority of scripture,
       and the decline in religious belief,
       and the decline of Hell,
       origins in seventeenth century science,
       and religious toleration,
       significance to humanitarianism
       and witchcraft,
reason,
      as the basis for spiritual equality,
Red Cross, the,
religious toleration,
        and availability of the Bible,
        and the Quakers,
        and the protestant reformers,
        and the Reformation
rights,
        lawanddemocracy.
        compatibility with democracy,
        protection of in the United States,
        protection of in France,
Robert Owen
Roman law,
        autonomy of,
        becomes regulatory,
        chronology of,
        and the common law,
        codification of,
        and the Corpus Iuris Civilis,
        and custom,
        and ius publicum,
        failure of Legalism in,
        formation of,
        legacy to legalism,
        and the origins of European Legalism,
Rousseau, Jean-Jacques
royal prerogative, the
rule of law, the
        and district administration in Papua New Guinea,
        historical development,
        interaction with democracy,
        and the reign of terror,
Russell-Einstein letter, the,

S

salvation,
       evangelical conception of
,
Saudi Arabia,
Second World War, the
       and the Thirties,
Seneca, Epistolae
separation of powers doctrine, the,
Separatists,
slavery
social Darwinism,
soul, the  
       and autonomy,
       Christian doctrine of salvation as the grounds for the significance of,                               
       Christian influence on the idea of,
      grounds for the significance of and European Individualism
       grounds for significance of,
       and immortality,
       as ‘inner light’,
       Jewish influence on the idea of,
       and posthumous salvation ,
       and reason,
       and salvation,
Star chamber, the
State, the,
       and monopoly on the use of force,
statutes,
       and the common law,
       and ordinances,
stoicism,
 idea of the person,
       and natural law,
       slavery in the ancient world

T

torture,
       abolition of in Europe,
       contemporary,
       revival in twentieth century,

U

utilitarianism
utilitarians,
       and evangelical Christians,

V

voluntary euthanasia,
       and autonomy,
       and community attitudes,
       and ethics,
       and law,
       and relief of suffering,
       and respect for life,
       the ‘slippery slope’ question,

W

wants,
        capacity to satisfy,
        manufacture of,
        satisfaction of,                                 
War,
        attitudes to during the Enlightenment,
        and conscription,
        destructiveness of in the twentieth century,
        in Europe since the eighteenth century,
        and German nationalism,
        and nationalism,
        recent,
        and technological development,
Wesleyanism.
        and the evangelical movement within the Church of England,
        and the removal of poverty,
Western law,
        differences to traditional societies,
women,
        situation in the nineteenth century,                   

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