Canonist

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CANONIST. One well versed in canon or ecclesiastical law.

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IV: Franck Roumy, "L'origine et la diffusion de l'adage canonique Necessitas non habet legem (VIIIe-XIIIes)"; Charles de Miramon, "Innocent III, Huguccio de Ferrare et Hubert de Pirovano: Droit canonique, theologie et philosophie Bologne dans les annees 1180"; Manlio Bellomo, "Considerazioni sulla pervasivita della religione nella societa e negli ambienti di studio universitari in eta tardo-medievale"; Peter Erdo, "Il diritto canonico, fonte della giurisprudenza occidentale nell'Ungheria e nella Polonia del medioevo"; Brian Tierney, "Hohfeld on Ockham: A Canonistic Text in the Opus nonaginta dierum"; R.
Rodefer s we is Olympian, canonistic, the open-all-hours Big Time where he and Homer look down on the caucuses of applicants and their larceny in wit (to lift a phrase from another author of The Spleen) or, more likely, out of it; but also his we is just some cipher that gets evacuated in the slow stampede out of the lecture hall.
Charles de Miramon, "Innocent III, Huguccio de Ferrare et Hubert de Pirovano: Droit canonique, theologie et philosophie a Bologne dans les annees 1180"; Manlio Bellomo, "Considerazioni sulla pervasivita della religione nella societa e negli ambienti di studio universitari in eta tardo-medievale"; Peter Erdo, "Il diritto canonico, fonte della giurisprudenza occidentale nell'Ungheria e nella Polonia del medioevo"; Brian Tierney, "Hohfeld on Ockham: A Canonistic Text in the Opus nonaginta dierum"; and R.
She concludes that in treatment of faculty, method, and goal of contemplation, Aelred's monastic attitude focuses on the individual 'pursuit of personal godliness' whereas Richard's canonistic approach is oriented to others even in the state of contemplation.
Sheehan remarks that "by the 1150s, the first syntheses, the one canonistic, the other theological, were available in the Decretum Gratiani and the Libri IV Sententiarum of Peter Lombard.
At this juncture we encounter the corporatism that was an ingrained feature of medieval canonistic and conciliar writing.
Arquilliere, Walter Ullmann and others, made the claim that conciliar theory, far from being a reaction against canonistic views or an importation of secular constitutionalist ideas on to ecclesiastical soil, was in fact the logical outgrowth of canonistic thought itself, reflecting a subtle and complex amalgam of older Decretist discussions of the case of the heretical pope and the subsequent attempts of generations of Decretalists to rationalize in terms of corporation law the structure of both the individual churches of Christendom and of the universal church itself.
6, 1963) (discussing the development of canonistic theories of wills and testaments); Brian Tierney, Foundations of the Conciliar Theory 106-53 (1955) (reviewing the development of canonistic corporation law); Harold J.
This paper will argue that, although many economists tout the Prebisch Doctrine as revolutionary since it opposes certain canonistic views, it is in fact accommodationist and rooted in narrow nationalistic motives.
According to canonistic jurisprudence, legislation retained its efficacy so long as the occasion for that legislation lasted.
Cushing, Papacy and Law in the Gregorian Revolution: The Canonistic Work of Anselm of Lucca (Oxford: Clarendon, 1998), 55-63.