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By Paolo Grossi

This booklet explores the improvement of legislations in Europe from its medieval origins to the current day, charting the transformation from legislation rooted within the Church and native neighborhood in the direction of a attractiveness of the centralised, secular authority of the kingdom.

  • Shows how those alterations replicate the broader political, financial, and cultural advancements inside of eu history
  • Demonstrates the variety of traditions among ecu states and the probabilities and barriers within the look for universal eu values and goals

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From a legal historical point of view, we should highlight one further conclusion: the dominant influence of the Church of Rome and of its legal system in the Middle Ages means that the flexibility of human canon law becomes representative of the entire medieval legal process. II. Medieval Maturity: The Laboratory of Learning The Turn of the Eleventh and Twelfth Centuries: A Watershed in History. Socio-economic and Cultural Contexts At the end of the eleventh century the substantial changes which time had unobtrusively but continuously wrought became more obvious.

And the city itself is far more than a collection of stones: it is above all a spiritual achievement. Whilst a castle may be set apart at the top of a hill, a city will be located at the intersection of the great trading routes which have now been established. The late medieval city does not exist in a state of autarchy, but is rather founded on a desire to be open to outsiders: it thrives on the contributions of people and goods from beyond its walls. This gradual but growing importance of cities demonstrates the renewed confidence late medieval man had in broader social relationships with those from further afield.

He is seen as an enlightened and enlightening being, a sort of mediator between heaven and earth, placed on a higher plane than any other searcher after truth. This elevated position explains the medievals’ great faith in their jurists. However, so as not to jump to misleading conclusions, we must add that this scholarship is of a concrete, pragmatic nature. As we shall see, medieval jurists are no cloistered academics, foolishly absorbed in theoretical projects entirely abstract from their context.

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