Table of contents for Natural law and laws of nature in early modern Europe : jurisprudence, theology, moral, and natural philosophy / edited by Lorraine Daston and Michael Stolleis.

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Table of Contents
Preface and Acknowledgements
Introduction: Nature, Law, and Natural Law in Early Modern Europe
Lorraine Daston and Michael Stolleis
1	From Limits to Laws: The Transformation of Ancient Atomism in Early Modern Philosophy
	Catherine Wilson
2	Expressing Nature¿s Regularities and their Determinations in the Late Renaissance
	Ian Maclean
3	The Legitimation of Law through God, Tradition, Will, Nature and Constitution
	Michael Stolleis
4	The Concept of (Natural) Law in the Doctrine of Law and Natural Law of the Early Modern Era
	Jan Schröder
5	¿Lex certa¿ and ¿ius certum¿: The Search for Legal Certainty and Security
	Heinz Mohnhaupt
6	Crimen Contra Naturam
	Andreas Roth
7	Nature¿s Regularity in some Protestant Natural Philosophy Textbooks 1530¿1630
	Sachiko Kusukawa
8	Natural Order and Divine Salvation: Protestant Conceptions in Early Modern Germany (1550¿1750)
	Anne-Charlott Trepp
9	Natural Law and Celestial Regularities from Copernicus to Kepler
	Gerd Grasshof
10	The Approach to a Physical Concept of Law in the Early Modern Period: A Comparison between Matthias Bernegger and Richard Cumberland.
	Hubert Treiber
11	Leibniz¿s Concept of jus naturale and lex naturalis ¿ defined ¿with geometric certainty¿
	Klaus Luig
12	Controversies on Nature as Universal Legality (1680-1710)
	Sophie Roux
13	From Principles to Regularities: Tracing ¿Laws of Nature¿ in Early Modern France and England
	Friedrich Steinle
14	Unruly Weather: Natural Law Confronts Natural Variability
	Lorraine Daston
15	In Search of the Newton of the Moral World
	Cathérine Larrère
16	Deus Legislator
	Jean-Robert Armogathe
Bibliography - Primary Sources
Bibliography - Secondary Sources

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Natural law -- History.
Law and ethics -- History.
Science and law -- Europe -- History.
Religion and law -- Europe -- History.
Law -- Europe -- Philosophy -- History.