The law of primitive man : a study in comparative legal dynamics / E. Adamson Hoebel.

Cambridge : Harvard University Press, 1954.

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Subjects Droit primitif.
Law, Primitive.
Prehistoric peoples.
Primitieve volken.
Primitive societies.
Description viii, 357 pages ; 22 cm
Copyright Date 1954.
Notes Includes bibliographical references (pages 335-349).
Contents pt. I. The study of primitive law. The cultural background of law ; What is law? ; Methods and techniques ; Fundamental legal concepts as applied in the study of primitive law -- part II. Primitive law-ways. The Eskimo: rudimentary law in a primitive anarchy ; The Ifugao: private law in northern Luzon ; Comanche, Kiowa, and Cheyenne: Plains Indian law in development ; The Trobriand Islanders: primitive law as seen by Bronislaw Malinowski ; The Ashanti: constitutional monarchy and the triumph of public law -- part III. Law and society. Religion, magic and law ; The functions of law ; The trend of law.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)505797
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WorldCat Identities Hoebel, E. Adamson 1906-1993.
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