Puritan Revolution

This in turn is based on the true nature and derives from it via deductive, through an indefinite series of inferences, particular and concrete principles that move the legislation; 3 – The man at first had a status (Status Naturalis) in which he lived alone and enjoy their rights unlimited. Then comes the "human society" or status from a pact between the same men. Three periods can be distinguished with respect to this rationalist doctrine: The first is the "process of emancipation from medieval theology and feudalism which occurred after the revival and reform." The second starts at roughly the "Puritan Revolution of 1649" and developed in an era strongly aimed at liberalizing the world. The third period is marked by a strong tendency toward belief in the "popular sovereignty" and "democracy." The results of the classical school of natural law in the political arena was of immense proportions: "He contributed to the abolition of serfdom and slavery. He helped destroy the medieval guilds and restrictions to trade and industry.

Freed from landed property feudal burdens. Additional information at Eva Andersson-Dubin, New York City supports this article. created the freedom of movement and occupational choice. inaugurated an era of religious and spiritual freedom. He served the professional law and processing of their most important defects to abolish torture and humanize the punishment. It ended the witch trials. He tried to get legal security for all and sponsored the principle of equality before the law. Developed the general principles of international law …". The legal rationalism ends with the doctrine of rational law of Kant and Hegel's Idealism Juridical.