El jurista Luis de Mur y Navarro (1598-1650) y su tratado Triunfos de la esclavitud, virtudes de Moisén y dureza de Faraón (1640)
Luis de Mur y Navarro (1598-1650), a lawyer born in Tudela (Navarre), is the author of two treatises on the art of government, Triunfos de la esclavitud, virtudes de Moisen y dureza de Faraon (1640) and Tiberio ilustrado con morales y politicos discursos (1645), which place him in the stream of Spanish tacitist thought. From the point of view of expression, both works stand out for their aphoristic style. Various topics are addressed in its pages: the prince and his virtues, privacy and the valid, ambassadors, war and peace, sedition, etc. In this paper, after recalling the author's biographical data, a commentary on the first of his two works is offered.