Washington University Law Quarterly
This is what I wish to discuss today. It involves the problems of what Greek legal history can achieve and where its limits are, and, at the same time, what methods and approaches will achieve results and what methods and approaches should be avoided.
Hans Julius Wolff,
Commentary: Greek Legal History—Its Functions and Potentialities,
1975 Wash. U. L. Q. 395
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