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Annabel Brett has provided texts in Liberty, Right, and Nature to show how the basic accounts of ius and liberty to be found in the Spanish scholastics are subordinate to [traditional] natural law and other goods, and not ends in themselves. The Spanish scholastics did not use them to create a framework for a alternative understanding of natural law, nor were they used to separate economics from politics--indeed, economics continued to be subordinate to politics and considerations of the common good.
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Chapter 6 MORAL SELF-OWNERSHIP AND IUS POSSESSIONIS IN SCHOLASTICS