European Legal History

Author: Randall Lesaffer
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
ISBN: 0521877989
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This historical introduction to the civil law tradition considers the political and cultural context of Europe's legal history from its Roman roots.

Entanglements In Legal History Conceptual Approaches

Author: Thomas Duve
Publisher: epubli
ISBN: 3944773004
Size: 16.39 MB
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The election of the concept 'reception' to be discussed here is not arbitrary or
gratuitous, but it is due to the fact that comparative lawyers have mainly used it to
refer to many processes of legal change in very different chronological, cultural
and political circumstances throughout the history, with present echoes.3 But it
seems to be rather an abuse of a technical term performed in legal history in
order to describe a very precise legal phenomenon from a European perspective,
what ...

A Legal History Of Rome

Author: George Mousourakis
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1134131984
Size: 46.58 MB
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This book equips both lawyer and historian with a complete history of Roman law, from its beginnings c.1000 BC through to its re-discovery in Europe where it was widely applied until the eighteenth century.

Legal History

Author: R. C. Caenegem
Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing
ISBN: 0826420001
Size: 80.78 MB
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European civilization is the result of the efforts of many nations, each contributing
according to its talent and historical circumstances. Thus it was commonly
observed in the Middle Ages that Italy was the home of law, France of philosophy
and theology and Germany of science and technology. The Low Countries grew
into a distinctive area on the cultural map of Europe, as they emerged from feudal
fragmentation into the Burgundian Netherlands and Charles V's Seventeen
Provinces ...

Nationalism And Private Law In Europe

Author: Guido Comparato
Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing
ISBN: 1782253874
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Against that background, this book takes as its point of departure the need to understand the process of legal denationalisation within broader political frameworks.

Language And Culture In Eu Law

Author: Susan Šarčević
Publisher: Ashgate Publishing, Ltd.
ISBN: 1472428994
Size: 24.64 MB
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All that really matters is what the Courts make of the texts in their own interpretive
history. ... Stating autonomy may flag the Courts' deliberate attempt to circumvent
the legal, linguistic, cultural, historical and socio-political diversity of the Member
States. But, surely ... From a macro perspective, the development of such a unity
may be studied without reference to the diversity of languages and cultures in
Europe because broader socio-legal and political processes are the object of
study.

European Legal Cultures In Transition

Author: Åse B. Grødeland
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
ISBN: 1107050359
Size: 73.96 MB
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Provides a novel methodological approach to the study of popular and professional legal culture within the European context.

The Twelve Years Truce 1609

Author: Randall Lesaffer
Publisher: Brill - Nijhoff
ISBN: 9789004274914
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The Twelve Years Truce covers the legal history of a crucial text in the formation of the Republic of the Northern Netherlands as a sovereign power and highlights its significance in the formation of the early modern laws of war and peace.

The European Codification Process

Author: Ugo Mattei
Publisher: Kluwer Law International
ISBN: 9041122303
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Whatever the answer might be, I believe that a pseudo-scientific attitude towards
this question is not only sterile but also dangerous for legal scholarship. The
Savigny-Thibaut opposition in nineteenth century Germany with the former
opposing codification and the latter favouring it itself had a strong political stake:
Savigny's historical approach representing a thoroughly ethno-centric,
conservative, class-privileged, self-serving attitude.6 This same attitude and
conservative politics, ...