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" No individual action is considered as a crime, but every man acts for himself according to his own judgment, unless some superior power, for instance, that of a popular chief, should exercise authority over him. "
Vorgeschichte des Rechts: prähistorisches Recht - ˹ 56
Paul Wilutzky - 1903
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Zeitschrift für Ethnologie, 3

1871
...individual action is considered a crime, but every man acts for himself according to his own judgment, unless some superior power (for instance, that of...popular chief) should exercise authority over him (s. Neighbors). The germ of the Pai- Marine religion (hashing up the Roman Catholic, Protestant and...

The Origin of Civilisation and the Primitive Condition of Man: Mental and ...

Sir John Lubbock - 1875 - 528 ˹
...individual action is considered a crime, but 4 every man acts for himself according to his own judg' ment, unless some superior power for instance, that...Great ' Spirit gave them the privilege of a free and uncon' strained use of their individual faculties.'8 The Kacharis, according to Dalton, had, ' in their...

The Origin and Development of the Moral Ideas, 1

Edward Westermarck - 1906
...individual action is considered a crime, but every man acts for himself according to his own judgment, unless some superior power for instance, that...popular chief should exercise authority over him." Another writer says, "The Redskin has no moral sense whatever." Among the Basutos, according to Casalis,...

The North American Indian. Volume 19 - The Indians of Oklahoma. The Wichita ...

...individual action is considered as a crime, but every man acts for himself according to his own judgment, unless some superior power, for instance, that of...and unconstrained use of their individual faculties. The dress of these nomads closely resembled that of the Plains tribes of the n9ith, for the men dressed...
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