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Christopher Hill

ecclesial community. The latter approach is illustrated in Doe’s work on the principles of canon law common to the Anglican Communion (a modern ius commune ) as constituting an ‘instrument of unity’ for a divided Anglican Communion. I entirely agree with Hill, Doe and other scholars of the same mind, but

Günter Hoffmann-Loerzer

Neuzeit, Gattingen 21967 (S. 287- 301), der sehr wesentliche Berichtigungen in der Beurteilung von Grotius anbringt. 3. die völkerrechtlichen Arbeiten von Karl-Heinz Ziegler: Die romischen Grund- lagen des europäischen V51kerrecbts (= Ius Commune, Frankfurt/M. 1972); Das VölkeTTecht der Römischen Republik

Werner Tress

20. Jahr- hundert, Basel 2001, S. 75-104. 13 Zu erwähnen ist vor allem die Arbeit von Hans Christof Kraus, Theodor Anton Hein- rich Schmalz (1760-1831) – Jurisprudenz, Universitätspolitik und Publizistik im Spannungs- feld von Revolution und Restauration (= Ius Commune; Sonderhefte: Studien zur

Fides, bona fides, and bonus vir

Relations of Trust and Confidence in Roman Antiquity

Remus Valsan

manifestations, breach of fides was considered particularly heinous and it led to infamy. 140 6 Fides , bonus vir, and Fiduciary Relations The evolution of bona fides continued beyond Roman antiquity, throughout the medieval ius commune . During this period, the concept was enriched

Secularisation and Theologisation

Examining the Inner Dynamic behind the British Colonial Encounter with “Hindu Law”

Geetanjali Srikantan

custom took place in the common law, and could all customs be considered valid? In his discussion of the 16th century text, “Doctor and Student,” by Christopher St German, Helmholz shows how Christian theological ideas informed this process. 52 He comments that the medieval ius commune, an amalgam of