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El Jurista en el Nuevo Mundo Pensamiento. Doctrina. Mentalidad / Victor Tau Anzoategui. [print]

Contributor(s): Tau Anzoátegui, Víctor [editor] | Max-Planck-Institut für Europäische Rechtsgeschichte [] | Project Muse []Material type: TextTextSeries: Global perspectives on legal history ; volume 7Publication details: Frankfurt : Max Planck Institute for European Legal History, [(c)2016. ; Baltimore, Maryland : Project MUSE, 2020. Description: 1 online resource (1 electronic resource x, 267 pages)Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9783944773162Subject(s): Justice, Administration of -- Colonies | Judges -- Colonies | Indigenous peoples -- Legal status, laws, etc | Justice, Administration of -- Colonies -- Spain -- America | Judges -- Colonies -- Spain -- America | Indigenous peoples -- Legal status, laws, etc. -- America -- History | Law -- Spain -- Colonies | Derecho Indiano | Spain | AmericaGenre/Form: History. LOC classification: KKT2680KKT2680.T222.J875 2016Online resources: Click here to access online COPYRIGHT NOT covered - Click this link to request copyright permission: https://lib.ciu.edu/copyright-request-form
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Introducción: Entre Castilla y las Indias -- La idea de Derecho en la colonización española en America -- Humanismo Jurídico en el Mundo Hispánico? : A propósito -- El Gobierno del Perú de Juan de Matienzo : En la senda del humanismo jurídico -- La Víctima Real Legal de Álvarez de Abreu en el pensamiento indiano -- La doctrina de los autores como fuente del Derecho catellano-indiano -- Entre leyes, glosas y comentos : El episodo de la Recopilación -- El ejemplar, otro modo de creación jurídica indiana -- La noción de Justicia en la Política Indiana de Solórzano -- La variedad indiana, una clave de la concepción jurídica de Juan de Solórzano -- La disimulación en el Derecho Indiano -- El Abogado del Cabildo de Buenos Aires durante el Virreinato.
Summary: The present work addresses the history of Derecho Indiano (Spanish Colonial Law) and proposes to examine the role played by Indiano-Castilian jurists in the New World as creators and enforcers of a science and the practice of law. They were given the task of organising and developing public authorities as well as the new society, and in their engagement with the temporary institutions, they were confronted with realities and situations as diverse as they themselves proclaimed them to be.
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Revised versions of studies originally appearing in journals and collected works from various countries.

Includes bibliographical references.

Introducción: Entre Castilla y las Indias -- La idea de Derecho en la colonización española en America -- Humanismo Jurídico en el Mundo Hispánico? : A propósito -- El Gobierno del Perú de Juan de Matienzo : En la senda del humanismo jurídico -- La Víctima Real Legal de Álvarez de Abreu en el pensamiento indiano -- La doctrina de los autores como fuente del Derecho catellano-indiano -- Entre leyes, glosas y comentos : El episodo de la Recopilación -- El ejemplar, otro modo de creación jurídica indiana -- La noción de Justicia en la Política Indiana de Solórzano -- La variedad indiana, una clave de la concepción jurídica de Juan de Solórzano -- La disimulación en el Derecho Indiano -- El Abogado del Cabildo de Buenos Aires durante el Virreinato.

The present work addresses the history of Derecho Indiano (Spanish Colonial Law) and proposes to examine the role played by Indiano-Castilian jurists in the New World as creators and enforcers of a science and the practice of law. They were given the task of organising and developing public authorities as well as the new society, and in their engagement with the temporary institutions, they were confronted with realities and situations as diverse as they themselves proclaimed them to be.

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