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  • Sirena P.

Introduction to Private Law

  • 2019
  • Mulino
Isbn edizione digitale: 9788815350848
Isbn edizione a stampa: 9788815272386
  • Chapter 1
  • Law and society
  • 1. The functions of law - 2. Law and religion - 3. The process of juridification of Western society - 4. Law and technology - 5. Western law and the laws of surviving societies - 6. Mute law - 7. Animal law

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  • Chapter 2
  • The Western legal tradition
  • 1. The Roman invention of law - 2. Classical Roman law and the Justinian compilation - 3. The medieval renaissance of Roman Law and the beginning of the Western legal tradition - 4. The continental ius commune and the English common law - 5. The advent of national law (ius patrium) and the ideal of codification

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  • Chapter 3
  • Law and the state
  • 1. Statism and nationalism of contemporary Western laws - 2. The establishment of the Westphalian paradigm: the split of national and international law - 3. Comparative law - 4. Private international law - 5. Uniform law

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  • Chapter 4
  • Civil law and common law jurisdiction
  • 1. The legacy of Roman law in Europe - 2. The divide of civil law and common law traditions - 3. Civil law jurisdictions - 4. National codifications of private law between 19th and 20th century - 5. Common law jurisdictions - 6. Mixed jurisdictions

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  • Chapter 5
  • Law and justice
  • 1. Two (incompatible?) views of law - 2. Natural law and human reason - 3. Positive law and political might - 4. The dilemma of unjust law - 5. The renaissance of natural law after World War II

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  • Chapter 6
  • Rules, principles, legal systems
  • 1. The rules - 2. The legal systems - 3. The principles of law

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  • Chapter 7
  • European law
  • 1. The European union’s law (acquis communautaire) - 2. The European common core of national private laws (acquis commune)

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  • Chapter 8
  • Private law and its sources
  • 1. The traditional divide of private and public law - 2. The constitutional project of a (European) ‘society based on private law’ (Privatrechtsgesellschaft) - 3. The sources of national law - 4. The formation of commercial law and its relationship with the rest of private law - 5. The sources of international law - 6. The sources of the European Union law

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  • Chapter 9
  • Legal concepts and legal studies
  • 1. Begriffsjurisprudenz and Interessenjurisprudenz - 2. American classicism - 3. American legal realism - 4. Interdisciplinary methods: Law and Economics

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  • Chapter 10
  • Juridical facts and juridical acts
  • 1. The legal relevance of natural events and human behaviors - 2. The German tripartite taxonomy of juridical facts, juridical acts and legal transactions - 3. The French bipartite taxonomy of juridical facts and juridical acts - 4. The Italian eclectic taxonomy of juridical facts and juridical acts - 5. The international taxonomy and the centrality of legal transactions (or juridical acts) in private law

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  • Chapter 11
  • Rights and duties
  • 1. The concept of juridical positions - 2. The concept of legal relations - 3. The positions of ‘can do’: powers (and power-rights) - 4. The positions of ‘may do’: privileges (or freedoms) and licenses - 5. The concept and classification of the (subjective) rights - 6. Prescription (statutes of limitation) and statutes of repose (or nonclaim statutes)

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