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Histoire du droit savant (13e-18e siecle): Doctrines et vulgarisation par incunables - Variorum Collected Studies (Hardback)
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Histoire du droit savant (13e-18e siecle): Doctrines et vulgarisation par incunables - Variorum Collected Studies (Hardback)

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Hardback 362 Pages / Published: 25/11/2005
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This third selection of articles by Robert Feenstra complements the two previously published, continuing his studies of doctrines of private law and of texts related to university teaching from the 13th century into the early modern period. In the section on private law, some pieces deal with the Middle Ages, while others focus on Hugo Grotius. Property is again an important topic, but this time joined by legal personality (foundations) and negligence (vicarious liability included). The studies on the history of texts are mainly concerned with works dating from the 14th and 15th centuries. One is devoted to a little-known civil law teacher at the University of Orleans and his commentary on a part of the Digest. The four others deal with treatises belonging to the so-called 'vulgarisation' of the 'droit savant' (medieval Roman and Canon law); most of these include important contributions to the history of early printing (incunabula and post-incunabula). Cette troisieme selection d'articles de Robert Feenstra complete les deux precedentes; elle constitue la suite de ses etudes sur les doctrines de droit prive et sur des textes se rapportant A l'enseignement universitaire du XIIIe jusqu'au XVIIIe siecle. Dans la section consacree au droit prive, quelques articles s'occupent en premier lieu du moyen Acge, d'autres focalisent sur Hugo Grotius. La propriete est de nouveau un sujet important, mais elle se trouve en compagnie de la personnalite juridique (notamment par rapport aux fondations) et de la responsabilite civile (y compris la responsabilite du fait d'autrui). Les etudes sur l'histoire des textes concernent surtout quelques ouvrages du XIVe et du XVe siecle. La premiere est consacree A un professeur de droit civil peu connu de l'universite d'Orleans et A son commentaire sur l'une des trois parties du Digeste. Les quatre autres s'occupent de traites appartenant A la "vulgarisation" du droit savant (droit romain et droit canonique au moye

Publisher: Taylor & Francis Ltd
ISBN: 9780860789864
Number of pages: 362
Weight: 669 g
Dimensions: 224 x 150 x 26 mm

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