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Vindiciæ contra tyrannos: a defence of liberty against tyrants. Or, of the lawfull power of the prince over the people, and of the people over the prince. Being a treatise written in Latin and French by Junius Brutus, and translated out of both into English. Questions discussed in this treatise. I. Whether subjects are bound, and ought to obey princes, if they command that which is against the law of God. II. Whether it be lawfull to resist a prince which doth infringe the law of God, or ruine the Church, by whom, how, and how farre it is lawfull. III. Whether it be lawfull to resist a prince which doth oppresse or ruine a publique state, and how farre such resistance may be extended, by whome, how, and by what right, or law it is permitted. IV. Whether neighbour princes or states may be, or are bound by law, to give succours to the subjects of other princes, afflicted to the cause of true religion, or oppressed by manifest tyranny.

Bibliographic Details
Main Author: Languet, Hubert, 1518-1581.
Corporate Author: Early English Books Online.
Other Authors: Walker, William, 17th cent.
Format: Online Book
Language:English
Published: London : Printed by Matthew Simmons and Robert Ibbitson, in Smithfield, neer the Queens-head Tavern, 1648.
Series:Early English books online.
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