Corpus Juris Canonici

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Corpus Juris Canonici

(kəˈnɒnɪˌsaɪ)
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(Roman Catholic Church) RC Church the official compilation of canon law published by authority of Gregory XIII in 1582, superseded by the Codex Juris Canonici in 1918. See also Clementines, Decretals, Decretum, Extravagantes, Sext, Codex Juris Canonici
[Medieval Latin, literally: body of canon law]
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(61) While Brugger did comment on Corpus Iuris Canonici, he failed to explain that canon law from 1500 until the 1917 code was based on the Corpus Iuris Canonici, which included Gratian's work plus the Liber extra (1234), Liber Sextus (1298), and the Constitutiones (1317).
Sigue en el capitulo III una presentacion esquematica del Corpus iuris canonici: el Codigo de 1983 (pp.
(17.) See D.1 c.7, in 1 CORPUS IURIS CANONICI EDITIO LIPSIENSIS SECUNDA POST AEMILII LUDOUCI RIGHTERI CURAS AD LIBRORUM MANU SCRIPTORUM ET EDITIONIS ROMANAE FIDEM RECOGNOUIT ET ADNOTATIONE CRITICA 2, 2 (Emil Friedberg ed., Akademischen Druck- und Verlagsanstalt Graz photo.
The topics include Irnerius and the Roman law of Justinian, the beginning of university teaching and groundwork for corpus iuris canonici, territorial laws and various social categories and institutions, perfecting and consolidating the system, and justice and its institutions.
En otros terminos, como bien aclara Guzman Brito, "la teoria de glosadores y comentaristas, en su version mas simplificada, era que en defecto del ius propium debian aplicarse subsidiariamente el Corpus Iuris Civilis y el Corpus Iuris Canonici, aquel in temporalibus, este in spiritualibus" (Guzman, 2000).
Corpus Iuris Canonici, Editio lipsiensis secunda post Aemilii Ludouici Richteri curas ad librorum manu scriptorum et editionis romanae fidem recognouit et adnotatione critica instruxit Aemilius Friedberg,
(9) This sentence as well as the marginalia refer to Gratian's Decretals, see Corpus Iuris Canonici, ed.
Bartholomew's massacres, going so far as to attack the very form of government it represented; a third, from 1600 to 1620, marks Geneva's emergence as a major international leader of orthodox Reformed theology, but recognizes the rising tide of Reformed Catholicism by a growing publication of standard Catholic works, like the Summa theologiae of Thomas Aquinas and the Corpus Iuris Canonici, often on contract from publishers in centers of Catholic publication like Lyon, against opposition from Geneva's church leaders.
La distincion entre coaccion absoluta y condicional, no la invento Loazes, sino que la encontro incorporada al Corpus Iuris Canonici en una decretal de Bonifacio viii (16) y este papa a su vez la tomo de los canonistas.
(53.) Decreta 27.2.16, Corpus iuris canonici, 1066.