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Comparative law and the history of law are traditionally devoted to expanding the context of legal rules and legal institutions. Comparison involves history, as the well-known motto proclaims, but history also involves comparison. Both disciplines are in fact interested in deepening the space-time coordinates of law as a social phenomenon, which means that they take up a critical approach to their object of study. In recent years, this trait is increasingly coming into conflict with the tendency to present law as a mere technocratic instrument for organizing societies. As a result of the »end of history« discourse, the Western economic and political order has become a definitive point of reference worldwide, with law scholars charged with identifying best practices to enhance their efficiency. A group of comparative lawyers and legal historians critically discuss this assumption from a theoretical point of view as well as from the perspective of their respective fields of research. The result is a multifaceted range of ideas on the significance and possible future of two disciplines that share, in addition to their traditional approach, a crisis of identity.

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  1. Cover
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  1. Title Page, Copyright Page
  2. pp. i-v
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  1. Indice
  2. pp. vi-ix
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  1. Introduzione
  2. Massimo Brutti, Alessandro Somma
  3. pp. 1-4
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  1. La memoria del derecho: La construcción del pasado en los discursos jurídicos
  2. Alfons Aragoneses
  3. pp. 5-30
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  1. Quale storia del diritto?: Vecchi e nuovi scenari narrativi tra comparazione e globalizzazione
  2. Eliana Augusti
  3. pp. 31-48
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  1. Sulla convergenza tra studio storico \ne comparazione giuridica
  2. Massimo Brutti
  3. pp. 49-80
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  1. "Cittadinanza" tra storia e comparazione
  2. Antonello Calore
  3. pp. 81-94
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  1. Solidarietà familiare tra mito e realtà: note minime su comparazione giuridica e microanalisi storica
  2. Salvatore Casabona:
  3. pp. 95-110
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  1. Sulla comparazione diacronica: brevi appunti di lavoro e un’esemplificazione
  2. Tommaso dalla Massara
  3. pp. 111-148
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  1. Storia giuridica globale e storia giuridica comparata: Osservazioni sul loro rapporto dalla prospettiva della storia giuridica globale
  2. Thomas Duve
  3. pp. 149-186
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  1. Law and history: some introductory remarks
  2. Giuseppe Franco Ferrari
  3. pp. 187-206
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  1. Diritto comparato e diritto globale
  2. Tommaso Edoardo Frosini
  3. pp. 207-218
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  1. Storia, comparazione e comprensione del diritto: Tullio Ascarelli, “Hobbes e Leibniz e la dogmatica giuridica”: Un esercizio di lettura
  2. Mauro Grondona
  3. pp. 219-244
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  1. Sulla Comparative legal history e dintorni
  2. Luigi Lacchè
  3. pp. 245-266
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  1. Morfologia, Storia e Comparazione: La nascita dei “sistemi” e la modernità politica
  2. Pier Giuseppe Monateri
  3. pp. 267-290
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  1. Evoluzione del capitalismo e struttura dell’ordine giuridico: verso lo Stato neoliberale ?
  2. Edmondo Mostacci
  3. pp. 291-322
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  1. Insidie “coloniali”, rappresentazione cartografica e processi di delimitazione delle aree geogiuridiche africane
  2. Matteo Nicolini
  3. pp. 323-358
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  1. Rethinking eurocentrism: European legal legacy and Western colonialism
  2. Luigi Nuzzo
  3. pp. 359-378
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  1. La comparazione giuridica italiana ha esaurito la sua spinta propulsiva?
  2. Giovanni Pascuzzi
  3. pp. 379-388
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  1. El papel de la historia del derecho en la formación del “criptotipo centralista” en América latina
  2. Giorgia Pavani
  3. pp. 389-418
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  1. Il rapporto fra lingua e diritto nel prisma della comparazione fra linguistica e teoria del diritto
  2. Giovanni Poggeschi
  3. pp. 419-456
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  1. La comparazione tra diritto e storia economica: rileggendo Karl Polanyi
  2. Giorgio Resta
  3. pp. 457-476
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  1. Storia e diritto globale Intersezioni metodologiche e comparazione
  2. Roberto Scarciglia
  3. pp. 477-490
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  1. L'apporto della letteratura alla formazione storica del diritto inglese: l’impareggiabile opera di Charles Dickens
  2. Mario Serio
  3. pp. 491-508
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  1. Comparazione giuridica, fine della storia e spoliticizzazione del diritto
  2. Alessandro Somma
  3. pp. 509-540
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  1. Comparative legal history: una combinazione fruttuosa?
  2. Bernardo Sordi
  3. pp. 541-550
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  1. Problemi e forme della comparazione nella storiografia sui diritti antichi
  2. Emanuele Stolfi
  3. pp. 551-574
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  1. Appunti per una “storia giudiziaria contemporanea”
  2. Vincenzo Zeno-Zencovich
  3. pp. 575-588
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  1. Contributors
  2. pp. 589-596
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  1. Global Perspectives on Legal History
  2. pp. 597-601
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  1. Back Cover
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Additional Information

ISBN
9783944773216
Related ISBN
9783944773209
MARC Record
OCLC
1048896993
Pages
595
Launched on MUSE
2020-05-09
Language
Italian
Open Access
Yes
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