Studies in medieval legal thought; public law and the state, 1100-1322.

Princeton, Princeton University Press, 1964.

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Other Title Medieval legal thought
Subjects Droit -- Histoire.
Droit public -- Histoire.
Jurisprudence -- Histoire.
Jurisprudence -- History.
Moyen Âge.
Public law -- History.
Public law.
State, The.
Description xv, 633 pages 25 cm
Copyright Date 1964.
Notes Includes bibliographical references (pages 571-609).
Contents Corporate community, representation and consent -- Parisian masters as a corporation, 1200-1246 -- Roman law and early representation in Spain and Italy, 1150-1250 -- Plena Potestas and consent in medieval assemblies -- A Romano-Canonical Maxim, Quod Omnes Tangit, in Bracton and early parliaments -- Public law and the state -- Ratio Publicae Utilitatis, Ratio Status, and "Reason of State" 1100-1300 -- Status Regni: Lestat Du Roialme in the Statute of York, 1322 -- Status, Id Est, Magistratus:L'Etat, C'est Moi -- Status Regis and Lestat Du Roi in the Statute of York, 1322 -- The Roman law and the "Inalienability Clause" in the English Coronation Oath -- Public Law, The State and Nationalism -- The Naturalness of society and the state.
Genre History.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)963037
WorldCat Search OCLC WorldCat
WorldCat Identities Post, Gaines, 1902-1987.
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