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Title Reformation und Recht : Ein Beitrag zur Kontroverse um die Kulturwirkungen der Reformation
Published Tübingen : Mohr Siebeck, 2017
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Summary The law's cultural and especially its religious contexts present a fresh challenge to a globalised world. Did the Reformation's demand for the abolition of canonical law have particular consequences for legal development? Various answers are given to this question. It has been the objective of recent confessionalization research to highlight the uniformity of confessions and their cultural effects. There is great concern that, as happened a hundred years ago, Protestantism is once again being awarded a special proximity to modernity. The authors of this volume discuss the consequences the Reformation had for the development of various branches of the law. In the sense of a comparative analysis, Catholic law is also investigated for the connection between law and morality
Analysis Canon law
Catholic law
Confessionalization
Ecclesiastical law
HIS010000
LAFX
LAW060000
LAZ
Legal history
NHDL
NHDN
Protestant law
Protestantism
QRM
QRMB
QRVG
QRVS
REL008000
REL015000
REL102000
REL108020
Reformation
Renaissance
Theology & Religion
Notes Knowledge Unlatched 101758
Subject Christianity and law -- Congresses.
Church and state -- History -- 16th century -- Congresses.
Ecclesiastical law -- History -- 16th century -- Congresses.
Law -- Europe -- History -- Congresses.
Reformation -- Influence -- Congresses.
Religion and law -- History -- 16th century -- Congresses.
Genre/Form Conference papers and proceedings.
History.
Conference papers and proceedings.
Form Electronic book
ISBN 3161548035 (electronic bk.)
3161554647 (electronic bk.)
9783161548031 (electronic bk.)
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