Romans not likely to create a science of Private Law. In what consists the specific perfection of Roman, as contrasted with English and Mohammedan Law? The causes of Roman Law were neither religion C oulanges nor race-character and I deas (J kering) nor early codification M aine nor healthy nationality (M ommsen). Outlines of the vera causa. The most superficial glance at the development of Western civilization cannot fail to notice that certain nations succeeded in maturing some branches of art to a degree of perfection unknown amongst other peoples. Thus sculpture was brought to its highest pitch of perfection by the Greeks; painting by the Italians and Spaniards; music by the Germans. (Typographical errors above are due to OCR software and don't occur in the book.)
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