Adolfo Giuliani

Max Planck Institute

Research Fellow

Hansaallee 41

Frankfurt am Main, 60323

Germany

http://adolfogiuliani.com/

SCHOLARLY PAPERS

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Ideas:
“  What is Legal Humanism? Few categories of legal history are so central and evocative though at the same time so shamefully unclear. I am trying to shed some light on this question with a paper on "Legal humanism and us. On Jacobus Cujacius’ afterlife in the 18th and 19th century". Did you know Jacobus Cujacius is mostly known through his Opera Omnia published at the time of Domat, Pothier, and Montesquieu? A pointed preface (published in 1758) tells us that they needed Cujacius for designing new institutions and legislation; they in fact functioned with the reliable Roman texts worked out by Cujacius and his School. Then, at the time of 19th c. codifications, legal historians added the familiar account about the Golden Age of Jurisprudence, the hero who purified laws from Scholasticism, and of the Humanist victors and the Bartolist vanquished. This familiar account is sometimes influential still today.  ”

Scholarly Papers (6)

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What is Comparative Legal History? Legal Historiography and the Revolt Against Formalism, 1930-60

Giuliani, A. (2019). "What is comparative legal history? Legal historiography and the revolt against formalism, 1930–60." in A Masferrer, KÅ Modéer, and O Moréteau (eds), Comparative legal history (Research Handbooks in Comparative Law series, E. Elgar Publishing, Cheltenham, UK, 2019), pp. 30-77.
Number of pages: 48 Posted: 13 Oct 2016 Last Revised: 02 Jul 2019
Adolfo Giuliani
Max Planck Institute
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comparative legal history, antiformalism, German historical school, interpretation, textualism, judge and historian

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Civilian Treatises on Presumptions, 1580-1620

Giuliani, A. “Civilian treatises on presumptions, 1580-1620,” in R. Helmholz (ed.), The Law of Presumptions: Essays in Comparative Legal History (Comparative Studies in Continental & Anglo-American Legal History, Duncker & Humblot, Berlin, 2009), pp. 21-71
Number of pages: 28 Posted: 19 May 2016 Last Revised: 20 Jan 2017
Adolfo Giuliani
Max Planck Institute
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presumption, inference, evidence, legal reasoning, ius commune, judiciary

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From Presumption to Interpretation

Giuristi dell’Università di Perugia, F. Treggiari (ed.) (Rome, 2009), pp. 217-39
Number of pages: 17 Posted: 05 Oct 2016
Adolfo Giuliani
Max Planck Institute
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interpretation, presumption, law of contract

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Jurisdictional Complexity in the Ecclesiastical State. A Discussion on the Diversity of Laws in Legal Education and Legal Practice

Seán Donlan and Dirk Heirbaut (eds.), The Laws' Many Bodies: Studies in Legal Hybridity and Jurisdictional Complexity, c1600-1900 (Duncker und Humblot, Berlin, 2015)
Number of pages: 22 Posted: 25 Sep 2016
Adolfo Giuliani
Max Planck Institute
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multinormativity, sources of law, canon law, legal education, jurisdiction

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moral theology, multinormativity, legal education, canon law, counterreformation

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Bartolo senza Bartolismo (Bartolus without Bartolism)

Number of pages: 33 Posted: 24 Jul 2018 Last Revised: 11 Jan 2019
Adolfo Giuliani
Max Planck Institute
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Bartholus, interpretation, bartolism, ius commune, medieval law