Abstract: The paper examines the history of the concept of personal status in the Roman medieval and modern ages. The community vision of status, which was abandoned in the French Revolution returns in the modern age within the European civil law doctrine, with reference to new groups emerging in the social and economic field: this is an ideological operation, which aims to the protection of the ‘weak subject’, but the term ‘status’ has lost its traditional implications.

Concetto di status nel pensiero giuridico

Andrea Trisciuoglio
2017

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Abstract: The paper examines the history of the concept of personal status in the Roman medieval and modern ages. The community vision of status, which was abandoned in the French Revolution returns in the modern age within the European civil law doctrine, with reference to new groups emerging in the social and economic field: this is an ideological operation, which aims to the protection of the ‘weak subject’, but the term ‘status’ has lost its traditional implications.
2017
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status - cittadinanza - capacità giuridica - stato - rivoluzione francese - Henry Sumner Maine
Andrea Trisciuoglio
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