La ‘capacità’ delle primitive comunità cristiane
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This work would like to demonstrate that, eliminated a dogmatic approach to the question of the subjectivity of the primitive Christian community, until Constantine there was not any official recognition by the state about the whole property of Christian community goods and therefore about a just latent subjectivity of those. The single episodes to which it is done reference seem not pertinent, such as the case of Alexander Severus decision, or about the Catholic Church on the whole, such as the case of Galerius and Gallienus Edict. Only with Constantine, the expectation of the back allotment of the taken away goods to Christian community had the effect of getting official an already existent situation, giving to them the whole property of the goods and consequently attributing them a legal subjectivity.