Jean Bodin and the sixteenth-century revolution in the methodology of law and history.

New York, Columbia University Press, 1963.

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Subjects Bodin (Jean)
Bodin, Jean, (1530-1596)
Bodin, Jean, 1530-1596.
Bodin, Jean.
Droit -- Méthodologie.
Droit -- Philosophie -- Histoire.
Droit, Méthodologie, 16e siècle.
Histoire, Méthodologie, 16e siècle.
Jurisprudence -- Histoire.
Jurisprudence -- History.
Law -- Methodology.
Lois -- Méthodologie.
Description 163 pages 23 cm
Copyright Date 1963.
Notes Includes bibliographical references.
Contents pt. I: Jurisprudence from exegesis of the Roman law to a comparative method -- The Roman law and medieval jurisprudence -- The humanist reforms of method and the beginning of a critical perspective -- The attack on the authority of Roman law -- Jean Bodin and the comparative approach to universal jurisprudence -- part II: History the beginning of a theory or criticism -- The emergence of an art of reading history -- The challenge of historical Pyrrhonism -- Melchior Cano: The foundations of historical belief -- François Baudouin: The types of sources and the tests of authenticity -- Jean Bodin: The rules for testing historical assertions.
Genre History.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)229960
WorldCat Search OCLC WorldCat
WorldCat Identities Franklin, Julian H.
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