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Legal scholarship and doctrines of private law, 13th-18th centuries

Robert Feenstra

Legal scholarship and doctrines of private law, 13th-18th centuries

by Robert Feenstra

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Published by Variorum in Aldershot, Brookfield, Vt .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Europe
    • Subjects:
    • Civil law -- Europe -- History.

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographical references and index.

      StatementRobert Feenstra.
      SeriesCollected studies series ;, CS556, Collected studies ;, CS556.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsKJC955 .F44 1996
      The Physical Object
      Pagination1 v. (various paging) ;
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL982421M
      ISBN 100860786161
      LC Control Number96020070

        Law, Public International Law, Legal History Aboriginal title was one of the most remarkable and controversial legal developments in the common law world of the late-twentieth century. The common law doctrine gave sudden substance to the. For more than a century, lawyers have written about legal reasoning, and the flow of books and articles describing, analyzing, and reformulating the topic continues unabated. The volume and persistence of this "unrelenting discussion" (Simon, , p. 4) suggests that there is no solid consensus about what legal reasoning is.

      YALE 'The LAW JouRNAL. doctrines that a corporation is incapable of tort, that the King can do no wrong and that the State is above the law. () 36 YALE L. J. 1, , Possibly Montesquieu in a famous passage of his Esprit des Lois (Nu-gent ed., London, ), Book XXVI, c. 15, may be regarded as the first modern. sufferance" are patently inaccurate as a matter of law and misleading as a matter of fact. Finally, the most astonishing gap in existing legal scholar­ ship on Johnson v. M'Intosh is the failure to identify the legal basis for Chief Justice Marshall's holding. As mentioned above, Marshall declined to base.

      Post by Malcolm Lavoie.. One of the most intriguing features of New Private Law scholarship is its recognition that diverse normative accounts often converge in explaining core private law doctrine. For instance, the right to exclude as an incident of ownership can be understood in consequentialist terms as a means of accounting for information costs, or alternatively in deontological terms as. Henry E. Smith is the Fessenden Professor of Law at Harvard Law School, where he directs the Project on the Foundations of Private Law. Previously, he taught at the Northwestern University School of Law and was the Fred A. Johnston Professor of Property and Environmental Law at Yale Law School.


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Legal scholarship and doctrines of private law, 13th-18th centuries by Robert Feenstra Download PDF EPUB FB2

The emphasis in this present volume of Professor Feenstra’s studies lies on the post-medieval development of legal scholarship. The opening two studies are concerned with the University of Orléans in the 13thth centuries, but from there the centre.

: Legal Scholarship and Doctrines of Private Law, 13th–18th centuries (Variorum Collected Studies) (): Feenstra, Robert: BooksAuthor: Robert Feenstra. Summary: A volume focusing on post-medieval legal developments, this book examines the work of Hugo Grotius.

It also includes studies in three European languages and covers the history of legal scholarship in the Netherlands in the 17th and 18th centuries, the teaching of law and some doctrines of law.

Reviews for Legal Scholarship and Doctrines of Private Law, 13thth centuries 'Robert Feenstra has provided his colleagues with a valuable resource by collecting his several occasional essays into a single accessible volume. R. Feenstra, Legal Scholarship and Doctrines of Private Law, 13thth Centuries.

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