5 Historia et ius [i] (2014)

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HISTORIA ET IUS - NUMBER 5


1) Jacques Bouineau, About the notion of res publica

2) Roberto lozzo, The approbatio: for a research on the institute in the pontifical domains

3) Francesco D'Urso, The possible Church. The balance between pope and council in the corporate
perspective of some canonists of the fifteenth century

4) Cecilia Pedrazza Gorlero, De principatu et imperio foeminarum? A singular example of filoginia in the
De Republica (1596) by Pierre Gr6goire

5) Saverio Gentile, The application of the Code de commerce in Calabria region and the emergence of an
interesting unpublished piece related to the Murat Commission of 1814

6) Alfonso Alibrandi, The system of sources in the Code civil du Bas-Canada

7) Filippo Rossi, Brief notes on public employees and disciplinary sanctions during the Restoration.
Regulatory experience

8) Emanuela Fugazza, Ercole Vidari internationalist. From the Pavia teaching to the collaboration with the
Institut de droit international

9) Marzia Lucchesi, A large science lab or a school for the profession? The Italian university in the
contemporary time by Pietro Vaccari (1927)

10) Roberto Palenca Tabulazzi, The transformations of the organization of the Government from the
statutory period to the republican experience

11) Giovanni Diurni, Fides and trust in the current debate

12) Viviana Persi Pivetti, Public attics. Comparative approach to regulations in Rome and Paris between the
17th and 18th centuries

13) Alfredo Aurigemma, Honore et guerra in Renaissance Italy. The opinion of Giovanni lacopo Leonardi in
the dispute between the Prince d'Albret and the Marquis of Vasto

14) Mario Fabrizio De Pasquale, From the province to the Capital. The Marquis Francescantonio Grimaldi, a
Calabrian jurist

15) Giordano Ferri, Towards the modern civil process (about Knut Wolfgang Ndrr, Verso il processo civile
moderno. Dal diritto naturale al Novecento, traduzione di C Foti, Roma, Aracne Storia del diritto e delle
Istituzioni: Studi 2013)

16) Giulia Maria Labriola, Pellegrino Rossi: The constitution as a political work (about P. Rossi, Cours de
droit constitutionnel, introduction by Julien Boudon, Paris, Dalloz, 2012)

17) Antonio Grilli, Legal equality or corporate privilege? The events of a strange justice (about Cristina
Ciancio, Mercanti in toga. I tribunali di commercio nel Regno d'Italia (1861-1888), Bologna, Peltron, 2012)

18) Marco Fioravanti, Right of the city and popular action (about Paolo Maddalena, II territorio bene
comune degli Italiani. Propriete collettiva, propriete privata e interesse pubblico, Introduzione di Salvatore
Settis, Roma, Donzelli, 2014)

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