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Humanists and jurists

Myron Piper Gilmore

Humanists and jurists

six studies in the Renaissance.

by Myron Piper Gilmore

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Published by The Belknap Press of Harvard University Press in Cambridge .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Europe
    • Subjects:
    • Erasmus, Desiderius, d. 1536.,
    • Amerbach, Bonifacius, 1495-1562.,
    • Jurisprudence -- History.,
    • Law -- Study and teaching.,
    • Humanists.,
    • Europe -- Intellectual life -- 16th century.

    • Edition Notes

      Bibliographical footnotes.

      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsLAW
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxiv, 184 p.
      Number of Pages184
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL5885066M
      LC Control Number63017201
      OCLC/WorldCa391729

      A collection of student orations by the Salamancan jurist Diego de Covarrubias, edited here in the appendix, offers a glimpse of the mental landscape of canon and civil lawyers in this era. The orations combine traditional scholastic forms of argumentation with humanistic themes, most prominently that of "arms and letters.".   VP of the International Humanist and Ethical Union, he is a member of the Board of Governors of the International Jurists Organization and Board member of the Dutch Humanist Committee of Human Rights. He was lecturer in the philosophy of law at the University for Humanistics in A stimulating book and an indispensable work of reference.

        Researchers are coming up with a more accurate view of who we are and are beginning to show how the emotional and the rational are intertwined.   This school, the most important exponents of which were Hugo Doneau (–) and Jacques Cujas (–), was distinguished by a strict rejection of the method and the prolixity of medieval jurists, particularly the Commentators. 19 Instead, the humanist scholars strove for a clear and systematically self-contained account, and.

      1 For a discussio n of th e historical thought Renaissanc humanists, se Myro P. Gilmore, Humanists and Jurists (Cambridge, Mass., ) esp. pp. 2 For a n excellent survey of studie s GileViterbose,e Franci X. Martin O.S.A., "The Problem of GileViterbos of A: Historiographica l Survey,Augustiniana" 9 () ; 10 (I)   This book presents an enlightening examination of the ways in which Renaissance humanism and the Catholic and Protestant Reformations interacted to create the modern state. "By taking seriously the often arid and arcane disputes that roiled French jurists and churchmen in the sixteenth and early seventeenth centuries, Parsons affords us an Reviews: 1.


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Critique flounders in abstraction and negativity, law loses itself in particularity. Administering Interpretation brings together philosophers, humanists, and jurists from both continental and Anglophone jurisdictions to reassess the status and trajectory of interpretative theory as applied in the art of law.

The legal humanists were a group of scholars of Roman law, which arose in Italy during the Renaissance with the works of Lorenzo Valla and Andrea Alciato as a reaction against the Commentators.

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Humanism offers students a clear and lucid introductory guide to the complexities of Humanism, one of the most contentious and divisive of artistic or literary concepts. Showing how the concept has evolved since the Renaissance period, Davies discusses humanism in the context of the rise of Fascism, the onset of World War II, the Holocaust, and.

Citation Information. Humanists and Jurists. Six Studies in the Renaissance. Harvard University Press. Pages: – ISBN (Online): To what extent and in what ways did the humanists articulate the values of guild and civil society.

What moral status did they assign to them. As with the scholastics and jurists, it is in relation to their conceptions of the city or city-state, and of popular government within.

Administering Interpretation brings together philosophers, humanists, and jurists from both continental and Anglophone jurisdictions to reassess the status and trajectory of.

approach of the Humanists enabled them to treat the interpolations 1. The French Legal Humanists have recently been the object of con-siderable attention from historians because of their role in the develop-ment of the theory of history. See M. Gilmore, Humanists and Jurists (); J.

Pocock, The Ancient Constitutions and the Feudal Law. The chapter investigates how medieval and early modern humanist jurists exploited elements of Roman civil procedure and the law of jurisdiction to craft a distinctively civilian theory of sovereignty.

I explore the crucial semantic shifts that occur between classical and medieval Roman law with respect to three specific terms of vital importance to modern sovereignty: merum imperium, mixtum. Reviews of books 79 such humanist jurisprudents as Alciati, Hotman, Bodin and others drew upon in the writings of and transmitted by jurists like Baldus.

Canning's book is an ex cellent introduction to this dimension, or perspective, of Baldus' thought, and. HUMANISTS AND JURISTS: SIX STUDIES IN THE RENAISSANCE. By Myron P. Gilmore.1 Cambridge: Harvard University Press. I PP. ix, I $ In these six studies Professor Gilmore views from several points the changing relation between humanists and jurists from the time of Petrarch in the mid-fourteenth century to that of Boniface Amerbach.The Contribution of French Jurists to the Humanism of the Renaissancel How TO DEFINE HUMANISM as a description of the intellectual ac-tivities of the Renaissance is a much vexed question.

Whereas Italian humanism was dominated by the professional rhetoricians who imi-tated classical models and founded classical philology, French human.Humanist jurists thus saw that the state of the Roman law was in some sense related to the political state of the Roman society, and in charting its develop- ments, they noted parallels with the political changes which were going on in their own time.

They saw in the study of ancient law lessons for legal and constitution- al reform.