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dc.contributor.authorJońca, Maciej-
dc.identifier.citationVox Patrum 2001, vol. 62, s. 169-184pl
dc.description.abstractThe Latin term culpa on the legal ground is usually associated with res­ponsibility for torts. Many of the contemporary works link this legal construc­tion with Roman law, which till now is praised for its concision and clarity. Yet not all Roman sources present the clear dogmatic view on this point. Being per­meated with rhetoric the Theodosian Code offers various meanings of this term, which considerably differ from the ideas elaborated by the classical Roman law. Nevertheless the code played substantial role in the process of development of law in the Medieval
dc.publisherWydawnictwo KULpl
dc.rightsUznanie autorstwa-Bez utworów zależnych 3.0 Polska*
dc.subjectCodex Theodosianuspl
dc.subjectKodeks Teodozjuszapl
dc.subjectrzymskie prawo poklasycznepl
dc.subjectprawo rzymskiepl
dc.subjectTheodosian Codepl
dc.subjectrzymskie prawo karnepl
dc.subjectrzymska terminologia prawniczapl
dc.titleO „prawniczych” znaczeniach terminu culpa w Kodeksie Teodozjuszapl
dc.title.alternativeOn some “legal” meanings of the term culpa in the Theodosian Codepl
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