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Englisch-Deutsch Übersetzungen für das Wort: institution

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Anstalt {f}Femininum (die) institution
Einrichtung {f}Femininum (die) institution
Eröffnung {f}Femininum (die) (Konkursverfahren) [-special_topic_jur.-] institution [-special_topic_jur.-]
Institutssicherung {f}Femininum (die) institution guarantee


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OF THE RIGHTS OF SOVERAIGNES BY INSTITUTION The Act Of Instituting A Common-wealth, What The Consequences To Such Institution, Are I.
The Subjects Cannot Change The Forme Of Government From this Institution of a Common-wealth are derived all the Rights, and 2.
OF DOMINION PATERNALL AND DESPOTICALL Wherein Different From A Common-wealth By Institution The Rights Of Soveraignty The Same In Both Dominion Paternall How Attained Not By Generation, But By Contract Or Education; Or Precedent Subjection Of One Of The Parents To The Other The Right Of Succession Followeth The Rules Of The Rights Of Possession Despoticall Dominion, How Attained Not By The Victory, But By The Consent Of The Vanquished Difference Between A Family And A Kingdom The Right Of Monarchy From Scripture Soveraign Power Ought In All Common-wealths To Be Absolute CHAPTER XXI.
Of Consequences from the Institution of COMMON-WEALTHS, to the Rights, and Duties of the Body Politique, or Soveraign.
OF THE RIGHTS OF SOVERAIGNES BY INSTITUTION The Act Of Instituting A Common-wealth, What A Common-wealth is said to be Instituted, when a Multitude of men do Agree, and Covenant, Every One With Every One, that to whatsoever Man, or Assembly Of Men, shall be given by the major part, the Right to Present the Person of them all, (that is to say, to be their Representative;) every one, as well he that Voted For It, as he that Voted Against It, shall Authorise all the Actions and Judgements, of that Man, or Assembly of men, in the same manner, as if they were his own, to the end, to live peaceably amongst themselves, and be protected against other men.
The Subjects Cannot Change The Forme Of Government From this Institution of a Common-wealth are derived all the Rights, and Facultyes of him, or them, on whom the Soveraigne Power is conferred by the consent of the People assembled.
No Man Can Without Injustice Protest Against The Institution Of The Soveraigne Declared By The Major Part.
The Soveraigns Actions Cannot Be Justly Accused By The Subject Fourthly, because every Subject is by this Institution Author of all the Actions, and Judgements of the Soveraigne Instituted; it followes, that whatsoever he doth, it can be no injury to any of his Subjects; nor ought he to be by any of them accused of Injustice.
For he that doth any thing by authority from another, doth therein no injury to him by whose authority he acteth: But by this Institution of a Common-wealth, every particular man is Author of all the Soveraigne doth; and consequently he that complaineth of injury from his Soveraigne, complaineth of that whereof he himselfe is Author; and therefore ought not to accuse any man but himselfe; no nor himselfe of injury; because to do injury to ones selfe, is impossible.
Therfore it is manifest, that by the Institution of Monarchy, the disposing of the Successor, is alwaies left to the Judgment and Will of the present Possessor.


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