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Justice, righteousness and Terry Pratchett
Justice, as a concept, is the foundation of the law. In this article the importance of the concept of justice and how the approach to justice is necessary to temper the law is discussed with reference to Lon Fuller’s ...
Iole Fargnoli, Claudio Luzzati e Riccarda Dell’Oro (a cura di), La cattedra e la toga. Scritti romanistici di Aldo Dell’Oro, Milano 2015
Ten years after the death of Aldo Dell’Oro, a collection of his articles in Roman Law has been published. They concern private law institutes, the technique of the Justinian’s Digest and matters of public law. Dell’Oro ...
Bernardo Santalucia, La giustizia penale in Roma antica, Bologna, Società editrice il Mulino, pp. 1-161
A comprehensive profile, brief and concise, of the evolution of the administration of criminal justice in Rome, from the age of the origins to late antiquity. The author exposes the progressive development over time of ...
Citizenship and religion: inclusions and exclusions in the ancient world
The essay tries to explain what was the meaning and the function of the three broad categories (the so called status: familia, civitas, libertas), which were built in the Roman antiquity and were utilized to include and ...