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Politics and law
Evgeny Roshchin

frenschype of other ys no les requyryd then ryches and abundaunce of other thyngys necessary. (Starkey 1871: 50; emphasis added) Early modern friendship: politics and law 101 Friendship thus appears as one of the basic legitimate tools that not only help to maintain the civic concord and integrity of the commonwealth, but also secure its survival in the external environment. The actualisation of friendship in moralist and juridical discourses points to its expediency while other instruments of medieval law and political order were fading away. The orderly and friendly

in Friendship among nations