The Spirit Of Classical Canon Law

Author: R. H. Helmholz
Publisher: University of Georgia Press
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Illuminating the basic nature of the canon, this work explores the roles of moral, social, political, and religious values in the laws' development through the seventeenth century.

The History Of Courts And Procedure In Medieval Canon Law

Author: Wilfried Hartmann
Publisher: CUA Press
ISBN: 0813229049
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If we follow his edition of Egidius's prologue, he wrote for students who were
ignorant of how the courts worked and for judges and advocates, who
presumably knew how the courts functioned but, perhaps, had no legal training.
In any case, Wahrmund's edition of ... Richard H. Helmholz, The Spirit of
Classical Canon Law (The Spirit of the Laws; AthensLondon 1996), has
described some of the principles of canonical procedure in chapters 4 and 11.
118. I have used Strassburg 1473.

Engaging Leviticus

Author: Mark W. Elliott
Publisher: Wipf and Stock Publishers
ISBN: 1610974115
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Marriage Litigation in Medieval England. Cambridge: Cambridge University
Press. ———. 1995. “The Bible in the Service of the Canon Law.” Chicago-Kent
Law Review 70: 1557–81. ———. 1996. The Spirit of Classical Canon Law.
Athens: University of Georgia Press. ———. 2004. The Oxford History of the Laws
of England. Vol. 1, The Canon Law and Ecclesiastical Jurisdiction from 597 to the
1640s. Oxford: Oxford University Press. Heschel, Abraham. 1937. Don Jizchak
Abravanel.

The Spirit Of Hindu Law

Author: Donald R. Davis
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
ISBN: 0521877040
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RELIGIOUS LAW, HINDU LAW, AND DHARMASASTRA Focusing on a religious
legal system has the advantage of a contrary emphasis to that of thinking oflaw in
terms oflegislatures, courts, police, and the state.ZO Religious law emphasizes
the role of law in the service of religious goals, or how the law helps accomplish
religious ends.ZI One could just as easily look at other traditions of religious law
such as jewish law, Islamic law, or Canon law for similar cues about the close ...

Conciliarism And Heresy In Fifteenth Century England

Author: Alexander Russell
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
ISBN: 1107172276
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Graham, R., 'The English Province of the Order of Cluny in the Fifteenth Century',
Transactions of the Royal Historical Society,4th Ser., 7 (1924), 98–130. Green, V.,
Bishop Reginald Pecock: A Study in Ecclesiastical History and ... Spirit of
Classical Canon Law (Athens, GA, 1996). The Oxford History of the Laws of
England, Volume 1: The Canon Law and Ecclesiastical Jurisdiction from 597 to
the 1640s (Oxford, 2004). Helmrath, J., Das Basler Konzil, 1431–1449:
Forschungsstand und ...

Christianity

Author: Stephen Hunt
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1351951769
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“Defect,” used in canon law from the late thirteenth century onward, indicated
some flaw or deficiency that created an impediment to ordination; other defects
included unfree birth or bodily mutilation. See Richard H. Helmholz, The Spirit of
Classical Canon Law (Athens: University of Georgia Press, 1996), 62–65. 2 The
medieval canon laws on illegitimacy are found in the Liber Extra (hereafter X) 1.6.
20 and 1.17.1–28, and the Liber Sextus (hereafter VI) 1.9.1–2; see the Corpus
iuris ...

The Right To Be Punished

Author: Gabriel Hallevy
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 3642323871
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Roman law continued its development through the Canon law until it was
assimilated in the national laws of the European states. The Canon law widened
the common types of punishments to ostracism and social excommunication.35
After the rise of the national states in Europe, these embraced the common
sentencing that was widespread at the time, based on the Roman law and Canon
laws. After the World War II, the European-Continental legal systems limited the
use and ...

Roman Law In European History

Author: Peter Stein
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
ISBN: 1139427873
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3.5.]. Brundage, Medieval Canon Law, London 1995; Gratian, The Treatise on
Laws (Decretum DD.1*20), trans. A. Thompson, with the Ordinary Gloss, trans.
Gordley, Washington, DC. 1993; R. H. Helmholz, The Spirit of Classical Canon
Law, Athens, Ga. 1996; on Larentius Hispanus, E. F Vodola, 'Fides and culpa: the
use of Roman law in ecclesiastical ideology', Authority and Power: Studies for W
Ullmann, ed. B. Tierney and P. Linehan, Cambridge 1980, 83. 3.6. A Garcia y
Garcia, ...

Judicial Tribunals In England And Europe 1200 1700

Author: Maureen Mulholland
Publisher: Oxford University Press
ISBN: 1847790224
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... in the thirteenth century. R. H. Helmholz is Ruth Wyatt Rosenson Distinguished
Service Professor in the Law School of the University of Chicago. His recent
books include Roman Canon Law in Reformation England (Cambridge, 1990);
The Spirit of Classical Canon Law ... He is now at work on a general history of the
canon law and ecclesiastical jurisdiction in England for the series The History of
English Laws, to be published by Oxford University Press. Joseph Jaconelli is
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The New Westminster Dictionary Of Church History The Early Medieval And Reformation Eras

Author: Robert Benedetto
Publisher: Westminster John Knox Press
ISBN: 0664224164
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From Pope Alexander III (1159–1181), canon law was increasingly shaped by
the growing number of papal decretals and the legislation of general councils. ... (
1879); C. Gallagher, Church Law and Church Order in Rome and Byzantium: A
Comparative Study (2002); J. Gaudemet, Église et cité: Histoire du droit
canonique (1994); R. H. Helmholz, The Spirit of Classical Canon Law (1996); W.
Hartman and K. Pennington, eds., History of Medieval Canon Law (1999– );
Histoire du droit ...