The right of reparation and natural freedom in De instauranda Aethiopum salute by Alonso de Sandoval S.J.

Márcio Paulo Cenci

Abstract


This article discusses the topic of the right of reparation in the light of the second edition of De instauranda Aethiopum salute (1647) by Alonso de Sandoval S.J. (1576/1577-1652). The central argument that we maintain is that Sandoval could be a critic of American slavery with regard to an unfair application of the slavery titles. If the application of slavery titles is subject to doubt, slavery is illegal and reparation, therefore, necessary and just.

Keywords: Scholastica colonialis, slavery, Alonso de Sandoval.


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