57 Ius Canonicum 799 (2017)
Religious Freedom in the Origins of Italian Ecclesiastical Law: Francesco Ruffini (1863-1934)

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La libertad religiosa en los orígenes

del Derecho eclesiástico italiano:

Francesco Ruffini (1 863-1 934)


Religious Freedom in the Orígins of Italian Ecciesiastical Law:
Francesco Ruffini (1863-1934)





                                         RECIBIDO 7 DE SEPTIEMBRE DE 2016 /ACEPTADO 7DE FEBRERO DE 2017

Pilar SOLÁ GRANELL
Profesora Contratada Doctora
Universidad Católica de Valencia San Vicente Mártir. Facultad de Derecho Canónico
pilar.sola@ucv.es


Resumen: Francesco Ruffini, fundador del Dere-
cho eclesiástico italianojunto a Francesco Scaduto,
defiende la centralidad de la libertad religiosa de los
ciudadanos como objeto de las normas estatales
en materia eclesiástica. Su propuesta es un refe-
rente en laconstrucción dogmática de esta libertad
en el ámbito del Derecho europeo. Al estudiar las
principales tesis de su magisterio se descubren mu-
chos aspectos coincidentes con la propuesta de li-
bertad religiosa que, unos ahos más tarde, sosten-
drá la Declaración conciliar Dignitatis humanae.
Palabras clave: Libertad religiosa, Derecho ecle-
siástico italiano, Dignitatis humanae.


Abstract: Francesco Ruffini, founder of Italian
ecclesiastical law with Francesco Scaduto, defends
the centrality of religious freedom of citizens as an
object of state laws in ecclesiastical matters. His
proposal is a benchmark in the dogmatic
construction of this freedom in the European law.
By studying the main theses of his teaching, we can
found coincident aspects about religious freedom
that the Conciliar Declaration Dignitatis humanae
will teach a few years later.
Keywords: Religious Freedom, Italian Ecclesiastical
Law, Dignitatis humanae.


IUS CANONICUM    / VOL. 57 /2017 / [1-22] 799-820                                     799
ISSN 0021-325X
DOI 10.15581/016.114.003

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