Skip to comments.Free Book Downloads For Constitutional Originalists - Gottfried Wilhelm Leibnitz
Posted on 08/05/2009 10:39:41 AM PDT by RegulatorCountry
A Collection of Papers, which Passed Between the Late Learned Mr. Leibnitz ... (1717)
Author: Samuel Clarke , Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz
Publisher: printed for James Knapton
Possible copyright status: NOT_IN_COPYRIGHT
Digitizing sponsor: Google
Book contributor: Oxford University
Notes: A gentleman of the University of Cambridge = John Bulkeley
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Sweet! Thank you. Going straight to my Kindle.
I see you've been provided a working link. Hope you find it beneficial.
Thanks. There is also a text-only option at archive.org, for those with slow connections.
Just adding to the catalog, not sending a general distribution.
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And Spinoza had and major influence on Leibnitz.
Feel free to post a thread like this one with links, even under the same title with author’s name appended if you’d like, assuming there is an online resource for download or viewing the full text.
With all these free titles on archive.org, there is no plausible reason for any concerned conservative to remain in the dark about the particulars. We should shine a light on the known origins of the term natural born citizen. It didn’t just pop up undefined, then inexplicably lying around in that state for a century until people started attributing original intent of the Founders to law governing royal subjects via Blackstone. The very notion would have been anathema to the Founders, and even the author of the 14th Amendment, which got the whole ball rolling as far as misconstruing and contorting birthright citizenship into forms unrecognizable and unrecognized at the time of Constitutional ratification.