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Jean Jacques Burlamaqui

Burlamaqui, Jean Jacques (zhäN zhäk bŏrlämäkēˈ) [key], 1694–1748, Swiss jurist. His chief works are Principes du droit naturel [principles of natural law] (1747) and Principes du droit politique [principles of political law] (1751). He attempted to demonstrate the reality of natural law by tracing its origin in God's rule and in human reason and moral instinct. He believed that both international and domestic law were based on natural law.

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