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The intention of this thesis is to prove the assertion that jurisprudence was the only form of intellectual activity that Rome, from first to last, worked out in a thoroughly national [sic] manner.
Firstly:--It will be shown how completely the literature and arts of the Romans were enveloped in Grecian influence.
Secondly:--The primal laws of the Romans will be taken up, their sources accounted for, and their development followed.
Thirdly:--A summary showing the two developments in comparison, and drawing conclusions.
Butler, John Scot, "Thesis: ... to prove the assertion that jurisprudence was the only form of intellectual activity that Rome... worked out in a thoroughly national [rational?] manner" (1896). Manuscript Thesis Collection. 40.