The chapters contained in this volume have been arranged in a specific order with a view to reassessing larger claims about legal humanism. As such, it is not merely an edited collection loosely arranged around a central theme. Rather, it is an attempt to initiate further discussion about legal humanism and its role in the narrative of European legal history in a structured and systematic way....
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