Links to external projects and resources relevant for the natural law network
Lumières.Lausanne The Lumières.Lausanne platform is available to researchers and anyone interested in the rich cultural and intellectual past of French-speaking Switzerland during the Enlightenment. It contains primary and secondary literature, unpublished sources and numerous biographical information on the region's personalities.
Early Modern Letters Online - EMLO Early Modern Letters Online is a combined finding aid and editorial interface for basic descriptions of early modern correspondence: a collaboratively populated union catalogue of sixteenth-, seventeenth-, and eighteenth-century letters. The collection includes also natural lawyers that appear in, or soon will be added to, the database, among them Johann Christian von Boineburg (1622–1672).
18th century translators dictionary This project is devoted to constructing a crowd-sourced biographical dictionary of European translators in the long Eighteenth Century based on input from the research community. Its objective is to further understanding of a crucial moment in the history of European culture through a study of translation.
Natural Law in Scotland, 1625-1850 This website is designed to provide an introduction to the vast resources about the teaching of natural law in Scotland from the seventeenth to the nineteenth centuries. It offers brief biographical information about teachers and students of natural law and moral philosophy and, where possible, free links to manuscripts and texts related to them.
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