A History of Western Public Law Between Nation and State
Aguilera-Barchet, Bruno. author.

A History of Western Public Law Between Nation and State

Aguilera-Barchet, Bruno. author.


Personal Author
Aguilera-Barchet, Bruno. author.

Physical Description
XXV, 775 p. online resource.

1. Introduction -- Part I: From the City State to the Roman Empire: 2. From the Origins to the Polis -- 3. The Roman Political Model: From Res Publica to Imperium -- 4. From Territorial Power to Spiritual Rule: Christianity’s Political Dimension -- Part II: The Origins of the European “Nations”: 5. From the Germanic Tribes to Kingdoms -- 6. Popes vs. Emperors: The Rise and Fall of Papal Power -- 7. From Public to Private Power: Europe in the Feudal Age -- Part III: The Origin of the “European States”: 8. From Kings to Monarchs: The Resurgence of Public Power in Late Medieval Europe -- 9 The Apogee of Royal Power: Absolute Monarchy (The 16th and 17th Centuries) -- 10. From the Conservative King to the Reformist Monarch: The Stage of Enlightened Absolutism (18th Century) -- 11. From Absolute to Limited Monarchy: The British Origins of Parliamentary Government -- Part IV: The Rise of the Nation-State: 12. From Monarchy to Representative Government: The American “Revolution” -- 13. From Absolute Monarchy to Democratic Absolutism: The French Revolution -- 14. The Return of the Monarchial Principle (I): The Origins of North American Presidentialism -- 15. The Return of the Monarchial Principal (II): The French State: From Imperial Bonapartism to Republican Presidentialism -- 16. The Golden Era of Liberalism and the Apogee of the Nation-State -- 17. The Triumph of the State over the Nation: From Totalitarianism to Interventionism -- Part V: The End of the Nation-State?: 18. The Crisis of the Nation-State in the Era of European Integration.

The book outlines the historical development of Public Law and the state from ancient times to the modern day, offering an account of relevant events in parallel with a general historical background, establishing and explaining the relationships between political, religious, and economic events.

Subject Term
Political theory.
Political science.
Law -- Philosophy.
Constitutional law.
International law.
Theories of Law, Philosophy of Law, Legal History.
European Law.
History, general.
Philosophy of Law.

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