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" Here is a fit place to examine a question which some have moved : Whether it be a sin for a subject to disobey the king if he command anything contrary to his laws ? For satisfaction in this point we must resolve that not only in human laws, but even... "
Discourses on Government - Page 130
by Algernon Sidney - 1805
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Life and Writings, Volume 2

Algernon Sidney - Political science - 1794
...difobcy the king, if he command any thing contrary to law?" and as gravely determines, « that not on!y in human laws, but even in " divine, a thing may be...commanded contrary to law, " and yet obedience to fuch a command is neceffary. " The *« The fanftifying of the fabbath is a divine law, yet if " a matter...
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History of New England During the Stuart Dynasty, Volume 3

John Gorham Palfrey - New England - 1870
...with acquiescence and applause by the brave and thoughtful English people. " Not only," he wrote, " in human laws, but even in divine, a thing may be commanded [by the King] contrary to law, and yet obedience to such a command is necessary."3 The University of...
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Two Treatises on Civil Government: Preceded by Sir Robert Filmer's "Patriarcha".

John Locke - Liberty - 1884 - 320 pages
...the king if he command anything contrary to his laws ? For satisfaction in this point we must resolve that not only in human laws, but even in divine, a...commanded contrary to law, and yet obedience to such a_ command is necessary. The sanctifying of the Sabbath is a divine law; yet if a master command his...
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The Beginnings of New England: Or, The Puritan Theocracy in Its Relations to ...

John Fiske - New England - 1889 - 296 pages
...Sir Robert Filmer wrote that " not only in human laws, but even in divine, a thing may by the king be commanded contrary to law, and yet obedience to such a command is necessary." Charles felt so strong that in 1684 he flatly refused to summon a parliament. It was not long before...
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The Beginnings of New England: Or, The Puritan Theocracy in Its Relations to ...

John Fiske - New England - 1898 - 328 pages
...burned. Sir Robert Filmer wrote that "not only in human laws, but even in divine, a thing may by the king be commanded contrary to law, and yet obedience to such a command is necessary." Charles felt so strong that in 1684 he flatly refused to summon a parliament. It was not long before...
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The Dutch and Quaker Colonies in America, Volume 1

John Fiske - Middle Atlantic States - 1899
...abominable doctrine set forth a few years later by Sir Robert Filmer, that " a thing may by the king be commanded contrary to law, and yet obedience to such a command is necessary." But there was no standing up against Stuyvesant in the council, and the petition of Melyn and Kuyter...
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The Historical Writings of John Fiske: The Dutch and Quaker colonies in America

John Fiske - United States - 1902
...abominable doctrine set forth a few years later by Sir Robert Filmer, that " a thing may by the king be commanded contrary to law, and yet obedience to such a command is necessary." But there was no standing up against Stuyvesant in 234 the council, and the petition of Melyn and Kuyter...
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The Dutch and Quaker Colonies in America, Volume 1

John Fiske - Great Britain - 1903 - 256 pages
...abominable doctrine set forth a few years later by Sir Robert Filmer, that " a thing may by the king be commanded contrary to law, and yet obedience to such a command is necessary." But there was no standing up against Stuyvesant in the council, and the petition of Melyn and Kuyter...
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Two Treatises of Government: With a Supplement, Patriarcha, by Robert Filmer

John Locke - Political Science - 1947 - 311 pages
...the king if he command anything contrary to his laws? For satisfaction in this point we must resolve that not only in human laws, but even in divine, a...master command his servant not to go to church upon a Sabbath Day, the best divines teach us that the servant must obey this command, though it may be sinful...
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The Power of Kings: Monarchy and Religion in Europe, 1589-1715

Paul Kléber Monod - History - 2001 - 417 pages
...part, Filmer was convinced that not even the laws of God might interfere with the power of patriarchy: "Not only in human laws, but even in divine, a thing...contrary to law, and yet obedience to such a command is necessary."91 The submission of the self to its ruler, therefore, was natural and inevitable rather...
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