Historical Period: The 18th Century
Jean Barbeyrac (1674-1744) was a Huguenot refugee from religious persecution in France. He taught in Germany, Switzerland, and Holland and became one of the most important disseminators of Protestant natural law as well as an important rights-theorist. His translations of Pufendorf and Grotius, along with his copious notes and commentaries, were an important addition to natural law theory.
Quotes by Jean Barbeyrac:
- Jean Barbeyrac on the need to disobey unjust laws
- Jean Barbeyrac on the Virtues which all free Men should have
Titles from Jean Barbeyrac: