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Dmitry Poldnikov

, and conservative traditions, as officially recognised in the state ideology under Nicolas I the year the Svod Zakonov was promulgated 8 . Against this backdrop one should not wonder that the voices of Russian statesmen and intellectuals of the first half of the 19th century, like Nikolai Karamzin or

Jean d’Aspremont

of the discipline (in terms of its subjects and sources, its actors and modes of engagement) and the narration of a story in which the identity of the discipline itself is held relatively constant and in which varied and opposing voices are, for purposes of the narrative itself, silenced or pushed to

Robinson-Hammerstein

whether it was settled at all. Certainly the stewards continue to complain that with prices constantly rising they have to make up payment of the household expenses out of their own pockets (p. 251). The general objections which the students voice against those who are in charge of their food also rarely

Robinson-Hammerstein

whether it was settled at all. Certainly the stewards continue to complain that with prices constantly rising they have to make up payment of the household expenses out of their own pockets (p. 251). The general objections which the students voice against those who are in charge of their food also rarely

David Daube

: psephollleukell- and in the stone a new name written'. He translates 'white suffrage' and explains that in Greece where, he reminds his readers, St. John (for him, the author of the Apocalypse) lived, 'every man's assent was called his suffrage, which in some places was by the voices, in some places by hands, and

Nécrologie


In memoriam Nicolaas van der Wal, 1925–2015


J.H.A. Lokin and B.H. Stolte

Nicolaas van der Wal , 1990). Nico van der Wal did not have the personality that attracts the kind of attention that automatically produces tributes. Short-sighted, shy and not equipped with a far-carrying voice he was rarely the star of a conference or the centre of a lively conversation. He would have

Keverling Buisman

– ook het Hollandse – carrière maakte, bij de optekening van het Haarlemse stadsrecht komt op die manier in een ander daglicht te staan. Zou hij ‘his master’s voice’ in die bepalingen, waarbij de graaf in financiële zin belangen had of verkreeg, niet hebben laten doorklinken? Dan zou hij niet alleen een

R.C. Van Caenegem

the jury instead of the primitive ordeals, the efficiency of its possessory procedures, its royal, centralized and professional courts, and its transcendance of feudal parochialism: the combination of royal power, profes- sional judges and the "voice of the people" (in the jury) was a remarkable

R.C. Van Caenegem

not last. In recent years, particularly in Great Britain and America, dissenting voices have been raised, not in order to criticize specific aspects or points of detail of the 'herrschende Lehre', but to reject some essential theses and underlying assumptions. It seemed to us that they could lead to a

Laurens Winkel

. 90 sqq. 356 LAURENS WINKEL At the beginning of the 16th century, several opinions were voiced concerning what constituted a just war. The first opinion, which by today’s standard would be seen as very radical and totally unacceptable, was based on the doctrine of Pope Innocentius IV (1243