Juan de Lugo

Cardinal, theologian, born Madrid, Spain, 1583; died Rome, Italy, 1660. After studying law at Salamanca, he entered the Society of Jesus and subsequently taught at Valladolid and Rome. His writings, of which "De justitia et jure" is most famous, display a penetrating critical mind and a remarkably sound judgment. His brother, Francisco (1580-1652), was also a noted Jesuit theologian.

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