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Hale is generally recognized as one of England's great legists and judges.
Commenting on the allegations that legists were dealing with politics, Gerceker said law and politics could not be separated from each other.
The University of Naples had a faculty of fifteen professors in the sixteenth century, consisting of eight legists, two professors of medicine, three philosophers, one humanist, and one theologian.
This argument is really addressed to a Muslim audience since it deals with the controversial issue of the various aspects of naskh as understood by Muslim legists (Wansbrough, Qur?
Speaking at the general assembly of Independent Industrialists' and Businessmen's Association (MUSIAD), Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan harshly criticized the legists who said "constitutional amendments should not be supported".
25) Regalian legists such as Chasseneuz and Grassaille played a crucial role in the process by which the king was understood not only as a roi justicier, but also as a roi legislateur.
On the other side, against the theological rationalism of the Mu tazila, stands a motley, albeit in no way simple or insignificant, assortment of groups and individuals, theologians, legists, and traditionists, as well as a number of ascetics, who were in large part united by their opposition to the idea that the Koran is created and to the thoroughly rationalist ethics of the school.
Legists criticize the presentation of irrelevant issues such as women's rights, collective agreement right to civil servants and "high jurisdiction" in a referendum package.
The commune of Ferrara and the Este ruler of the duchy tried to start a university in 1391 with the appointment of two to four teaching legists, but gave up by 1394.
Schechter, "Safed in the Sixteenth Century: A City of Legists and Mystics," in The Jewish Expression, ed.
Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan got together with legists yesterday to review the package.
Pavia was unusual among Italian universities in that it had more legists than professors of arts and medicine between 1455 and 1456, and carried the second largest professoriate (behind Bologna) in Italy.