Ethics in Service by William H. Taft

Ethics in Service

byWilliam H. Taft

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     In England, for two hundred years after the Conquest, the priests were the only learned men, and they, too, like the Scribes, acted as judges and advisers of litigants. Even as late as the time of Henry VIII, as we know, the Keeper of the King's Conscience and the head of the Court of Equity, was an Ecclesiastic in the formidable person of Cardinal Woolsey. About the reign of King John, laymen became lawyers, and in Henry III's time the Pope forbade priests to fit themselves in civil law or to act as advisers in respect to it.

Title:Ethics in ServiceFormat:Kobo ebookPublished:March 3, 2017Publisher:GbooksLanguage:English

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