4 Historia et ius [i] (2013)

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                                     HISTORIA ET IUS - NUMBER   4

1) Natalino Irti, Violence in accordance with the law (from a correspondence between Einstein and Freud)

2) Gustavo Adolfo Nobile Mattei, The problem of legal qualification of Divisio Ducatus

3) Emanuela  Fugazza, Referees or judges? Justice and consular magistrates in the first decades of the Xllth
century

4) Giovanni Rossi, The Borsus of Biondo  Flavio: a comparison between   militia and iurisprudentia from
Ancient Rome  to the Italy of Renaissance courts

5) Francesco D'Urso, He can give an answer and he has never deceived (T. Tasso). The consilia collection
of Ippolito Riminaldi

6) Daniele Edigati, The debate on publicity and orality of criminal trials in Tuscany (1814-1838)

7) Paolo Marchetti, Perchance to dream.  Personality modifications and criminal liability: a nineteenth-
century debate between  psychiatry and law

8) Francesco Rotondo, Criminal law and illness: epilepsy at the time of Lombroso

9) Giordano Ferri, Studies of civil procedural law in the Roman juridical faculty between the XIXth and XXth
centuries

10) Antonia Fiori, The historical-juridical courses at Sapienza University in the last decades of the XIXth
century

11) Francesca Laura Sigismondi, The practical function of punitive justice. The Roman prolusions by Enrico
Ferri

12) Emanuele  Stolfi, The slavery of the ancients and the moderns (about Marco Fioravanti, 1/ pregiudizio del
colore. Diritto e giustizia nelle Antille francesi durante la Restaurazione)

13) Fabrizio Mastromartino, Freedom of expression in the legal Enlightenment. The right, the guarantees

14) Lorenzo Scatena, Social control, morality and justice in the papal Restoration (about Chiara Lucrezio
Monticelli, La polizia del Papa. Istituzioni di controllo sociale a Roma nella prima meta dell'Ottocento)

15) Blerton Sinani-Sami Mehmeti, A historical-legal overview of constitution as the highest political-legal act
of a State

16) Paolo Angelini, Some  considerations on the history of law and Slavic studies (about A.V. Solovjev,
Istorija slovenskih prava / Zakonodavstvo Stefana Dugana cara srba i grka, Klasici Jugoslovenskog prava,
Sluibeni list SRJ)

17) Dario Di Cecca, Philosophical positivism and natural sciences in Italian legal culture in the late 19th
century

18) Alessandro  Dani, Empires, nations and minorities between  the nineteenth and  twentieth centuries
(about Minoranze  negli imperi. Popolifra identita nazionale e ideologia imperiale, a cura di Brigitte Mazohl
e Paolo Pombeni)

19) Federico Sciarra, The personality of the author of the criminal offense between the classical school
and the positive school (about Michele Pifferi, L'individualizzazione della pena. Difesa sociale e crisi della
legalita penale tra Otto e Novecento)

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