Bartolus of Sassoferrato

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Contents

CHAPTER I
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political philosopher 4 Bartolus and the Gloss 5 His independ
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not universally obeyed 21 The Empire conterminous with western
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Papalists were combating the supremacy of the temporal power within
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the holy Civitas Dei and the sinful Civitas terrena Inapplic
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The Imperialists in the main on the defensive 67 The entry
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dictions to their territories 75 though this does not exclude
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of no great value in itself but very valuable as illustrating the course
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The collision of statutes or customs with the jus commune or
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It now remains to consider the Civitas as a State with regard
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227 Analysis of Chapter I 231 In spite of differences the stand
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point both of Chapter I and of the remaining chapters is essentially
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present struggle 328 The alliance of Boniface VIII and Albert
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Its defensive side 342 The Papal claims so far as they were based
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THE PROBLEM OF THE EMPIRE 208383
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the cities of Italy not with the kingdoms 107 though the problems
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ception of the Civitas in the political thought of the civilians and that
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de facto do not recognise
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legislate on its own internal affairs 146 But the question at issue
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conclusion 384394
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tinction between Law and Fact 388 He must be judged
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Appendix BBartolus and the Canonists 402
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Index 408
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