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The fall of the priests and the rise of the lawyers

Author: Philip Wood
Publisher: Oxford ; Portland, Oregon : Hart Publishing Ltd, 2016.
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Wood, Philip (Philip R.), 1942-
Fall of the priests and the rise of the lawyers
(DLC) 2015049493
(OCoLC)932463366
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Philip Wood
ISBN: 9781509905553 1509905553 9781509905560 1509905561 9781509905577 150990557X
OCLC Number: 932463451
Description: 1 online resource
Contents: The questions --
The purpose of morality and law --
The past and the future --
What is religion? --
What is the rule of law? --
The families of religion: western religions --
The families of religion: eastern religions --
The families of law --
A brief tour of secular law --
Money, banks and corporations --
Secularisation and religious decline --
Reasons for the decline of religiosity --
Secularisation of government --
The rise of the lawyers --
Who rules the world: lawyers or economists? --
What is wrong with the law? --
Scientific progress and the law --
A way of living --
A billion years from now.
Responsibility: Philip R Wood.

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