Koncepcje suwerenności i prawa do oporu w De iure regni apud Scotos („O władzy królewskiej wśród Szkotów”) George’a Buchanana

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Maciej Wilmanowicz

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The aim of the article is to analyze the concept of sovereignty and the right of revolution laid down by the Scottish humanist George Buchanan in his dialogue “De jure regni apud Scotos” (“A dialogue, concerning the due privilege of government in the kingdom of Scotland”) in 1567. These concepts were grounded in the context of both philosophical and anthropological views of Buchanan himself. The paper presents Buchanan’s views pertaining to human nature and natural law. Moreover, it shows how deeply these notions influenced the shape of his concepts of authority, community, law as well as of their mutual
interdependence. The article also highlights the ambiguous character of the institutional dimension of the Scotsman’s theory and, at the same time, it emphasizes the coherence of his political and legal philosophy.

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Wilmanowicz, M. (2018). Koncepcje suwerenności i prawa do oporu w De iure regni apud Scotos („O władzy królewskiej wśród Szkotów”) George’a Buchanana. Czasopismo Prawno-Historyczne, 70(1), 187-224. https://doi.org/10.14746/cph.2018.1.5
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