Corpus juris canonici

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CORPUS JURIS CANONICI. The body of the canon law. A compilation of the canon law bears this name. See Law, canon.

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3, in 2 CORPUS IURIS CANONICI EDITIO LIPSIENSIS SECUNDA POST AEMILII LUDOUCI RIGHTERI CURAS AD LIBRORUM MANU SCRIPTORUM ET EDITIONIS ROMANAE FIDEM RECOGNOUIT ET ADNOTATIONE CRITICA 98, 99 (Emil Friedberg ed.
La notoria concurrencia de ordenamientos juridicos (Corpus Iuris Civilis, Corpus Iuris Canonici, Iura Propia), caracteristica de un pluralismo juridico (10), no siempre fue acogida favorablemente.
XIII, Litterae Apostolicae in forma Brevis "Emendationem decretorum", 2 iunii 1582, in Corpus Iuris Canonici, Editio lipsiensis secunda post Aemilii Ludouici Richteri curas ad librorum manu scriptorum et editionis romanae fidem recognouit et adnotatione critica instruxit Aemilius Friedberg, Pars Prior, hecretum Magistri Gratiani, Lipsia 1879 (ristampa: Graz 1955), Prolegomena, LXXIX-LXXX.
14) Musculus is citing Corpus Iuris Canonici, Pars Secunda, Causa XV, Quaestio vi, caput 2.
The author has convincingly demonstrated that events and documents concerning which the educated public knows little, such as Pio Nono's decision to become a "prisoner in the Vatican," the promulgation of the doctrine of papal infallibility, and the church's adoption of the Corpus iuris canonici in 1917, played a crucial role in international affairs in the twentieth century.
Bernardini), la digitalizacion de la Editio Romana del Corpus Iuris Canonici (H.
For forms of citation from the Corpus iuris civilis and Corpus iuris canonici, see introductory notes to appendix, p.
Asi se muestra con el examen de los textos juridicos del Corpus Iuris Canonici, principalmente el Decreto de Graciano y las Decretales de Gregorio IX.
This meant, in the case of the Recognitiones, questioning the canon of received writings as given in the [Pseudo-] Gelasian Decree, in the Corpus iuris canonici, and thus, paradoxically, questioning the authority of the Roman Church itself.
PINTO (a cura di), Commento alia Pastor Bonus e alle norme sussidiarie della Curia Romana (Studium Romanae Rotae, Corpus Iuris Canonici III), Citta del Vaticano 2003, 5-9; 14-16; 18-22.
The second came to be known as the Corpus iuris canonici, made up of Gratian's Decretum (1140), the Liber extra of Gregory IX (1234), the Liber sextus of Boniface VIII (1298), and the Clementinae of Clement V (1314).
Y esta labor se realiza, como se ha indicado mas arriba, evitando el modelo interpretativo mas arraigado segun el cual el Codigo pio-benedictino seria la culminacion de un proceso evolutivo relativamente pacifico, sin especiales alteraciones, desde las primeras colecciones conciliares, pasando por el Decretum de Graciano y el Corpus iuris canonici y las concretas dificultades de asentamiento de las fuentes canonicas tras el concilio tridentino.