Статья декана факультета права МВШСЭН Дмитрия Дождева, размещенная в Social Science Research Network, вышла в top 10 по скачиваниям и ссылкам

23.03.2015

Статья декана факультета права МВШСЭН Дмитрия Дождева, размещенная в Social Science Research Network 16 марта 2015 г., вышла в top 10 по скачиваниям и ссылкам.

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  • Jurisprudence & Legal Philosophy eJournal Vol 9, Issue 14, March 09, 2015
  • Law & Literature eJournal Vol 9, Issue 14, March 09, 2015
  • Legal History eJournal Vol 19, Issue 29, March 12, 2015


Pryor, C. Scott, Professor Regent University School of Law:

"I'll leave it to my Classics readers to evaluate more fully this book chapter, "Aequitas as Real Law: Sources of the European Legal Tradition", but it strikes me as largely correct. In other words, I agree that its historical claim:

Having become a topic of European legal thought, the concept of justness [aequitas] had its own pre-history [i.e., before the time of Justinian]: it acquired its genuine meaning within the framework of classical Roman law (first to third centuries). The subsequent mastery of the Roman legal legacy by Byzantine, Western European, and all world culture occurred under other conditions ... Identifying the place and significance of aequitas in the structure of Roman classical law is essential in order to elucidate this category. (92)

and its normative claim:
Positive law and law established by interpretation equally act merely as forms of fixation, recognition, and perception of norms of law which exist objectively, irrespective of official recognition, and are a genuine regulator of social relations. (88)
are accurate. I am also intrigued that the author, Dimitri Dozhdev, is Dean of the Faculty of Law at the Moscow School of Social and Economic Sciences.



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