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||Joseph Needham note that 'W. Eberhard remembers in some late folk-tale collection there is a story of a tiger being brought to trial'
||Joseph Needham note of a talk with [?] Meredith about the abstractness of Roman law
||Note from S. Adler about 'Descartes and God & Laws of Nature'
||Joseph Needham's notes on 'law in nature' from a dinner party discussion at the home of Bertrand Gille in Paris, France
||Annotated typed translations of a sections from «??» [Chuang Tzu / Zhuang Zi] and «??» [Chang Tse / Zhang Zi] concerning the movement of the heavens
||Note from Kenneth Robinson in London quoting from a J. Z. Young article published in 'The Listener' about the link between worshipping one god and the development of science
||Letter from E. R. Hughes at The Claremont Graduate School, Claremont, California, U.S.A., about the 'idea of laws of Nature', 'defeat of the legalists' and 'people who have worked on the history of Chinese jurisprudence'
||Letter from Herbert Chatley of Bath, Somerset commenting on Joseph Needham's 'Hobhouse lecture on 'Human Law and the Laws of Nature in China and the West'
||Letter from Etienne Balazs of Paris, France about a Joseph Needham visit to Paris and attached notes on the 'Laws of Nature' chapter of 'Science and Civilisation in China, Volume 2'
||Correspondence with Judge Jerome N. Frank of New York, U.S.A. about Joseph Needham's article, 'Human Laws and Laws of Nature in China and the West', ('Journal of the History of Ideas', January 1951') and Frank's own work on legal history
||Two letters from Etienne Balazs of Paris, France making providing references for the 'Laws of Nature' chapter of 'Science and Civilisation in China Volume 2'
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