Catalogue


Juristes et droits savants, Boulogne et la France médiévale /
André Gouron.
imprint
Brookfield, Vt. : Ashgate, c2000.
description
1 v. (various pagings)
ISBN
0860788164 (HB : alk. paper)
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imprint
Brookfield, Vt. : Ashgate, c2000.
isbn
0860788164 (HB : alk. paper)
general note
Includes indexes.
catalogue key
3628259
A Look Inside
Summaries
Bowker Data Service Summary
This collection presents a set of twenty studies on jurists, jurisprudence and legal practice in the 12th and 13th centuries. The focus is on schools and traditions of Bologna and in France, but the coverage includes canon, Roman and customary law.
Long Description
This fourth collection by Professor André Gouron presents a set of twenty studies on jurisprudence, jurists and legal practice in the 12th and 13th centuries. The focus is on the schools and traditions of Bologna and in France, but the coverage includes canon, Roman and customary law. The first part deals with theories diffused by the jurists of Bologna and France and the literary genres in which they expressed these theories, particularly on questions of presumptions, proof, and illicit conditions. In the second section the author looks at some of the persons involved in the juridical renaissance of this period, and at some of the effects of the legal doctrines being taught on royal legislation, procedure, the fiscal system, and urban autonomy.Ce volume - le quatrième de l'auteur dans cette collection - réunit vingt articles du professeur Gouron. Onze de ces articles forment une première partie, consacrée aux théories diffusées par les juristes de Bologne ou de France et aux genres littéraires à travers lesquels s'expriment ces théories, notamment en matière de présomptions, de preuve par témoins ou de conditions illicites.La seconde partie du volume rassemble neuf articles qui traitent de divers acteurs, célèbres ou obscurs, de la renaissance juridique, ainsi que des effets des doctrines enseignées par les romanistes et les canonistes sur la législation royale, la procédure, le système fiscal et l'autonomie urbaine.
Table of Contents
Avertissement
Theories et enseignement universitaire: Usage de l'hypothèse et reconstruction historique de la science civiliste au XIIe siècle
Canon law in Parisian circles before Stephan of Tournai's Summa
Théorie des présomptions et pouvoir législatif chez les glossateurs
La diffusion des premiers recueils de questions disputées: des civilistes aux canonistes
De la 'constitution' Habita aux Tres Libri
Observations sur le Stemma Bulgaricum
L'enseignement du droit civil au XIIe siècle: de la coutume à la règle
Placentinus, 'Herold' der Vermutungslehre?
Testis unus, testis nullus dans la doctrine juridique du XIIe siècle
'Conditio probrosa et spernenda'
Rationabiliter et ratio dans les écrits juridiques du Midi provençal au XIIe siècle
Doctrines, pouvoir et société (Législation et pratiques): Ordonnances des rois de France et droits savants (XIIIe-XVe siècles)
Sur les traces de Rogerius en Provence
Medieval courts and towns: examples from southern France
Maître Durand, pionnier du notariat savant
'Utriusque partis allegationibus auditis'
L'invention' de l'impôt proportionnel au Moyen Age
Le 'grammairien enragé': Aubert de Béziers et son £uvre (ms. Turin, Bibl. Naz. D. v. 19)
Un juriste bolonais docteur in utroque au XIIe siècle?
'Populus': legal entity and political autonomy
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