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Philip Schofield (ed.)
The Collected Works of Jeremy Bentham: Of the Limits of the Penal Branch of Jurisprudence
SYMBOLS AND ABBREVIATIONS
Of the Limits of the Penal Branch of Jurisprudence
§1. Limits between private ethics and the art of legislation.
§2. Jurisprudence, its branches.
§3. Of a law and its parts.
§4. Source of a law.
§5. Ends which a law may have in view.
§6. Subjects of a law.
§7. Objects of a law.
§8. Of the parties which may be affected by a law.
§9. Of the local extent which a law may have.
§10. Of the duration of a law.
§11. Generality of a law.
§12. Aspects of a law.
§13. Force of a law.
§14. Signs of a law.
§15. Appendages of a law.
§. 16. Idea of a compleat law.
§17. No customary law compleat.
§18. Separation of the civil branch from the penal.
§19. Distinction between civil law and criminal.
§20. Distinction between penal and civil procedure.
§21. Uses of this chapter.
INDEX OF SUBJECTS
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