By Patrice Poujade,Oscar Jané
Ce livre, résultat d'une collaboration entre universités des deux versants des Pyrénées, voudrait être un lieu de discussion entre chercheurs venus d'horizons géographiques et disciplinaires différents qu'ils soient historiens, philologues ou encore historiens du droit. C'est là une caractéristique principale de ce travail dont les views sont importantes. De prestigieux spécialistes y participent, apportant, chacun, sa manière d'aborder ces textes. Au-delà des coïncidences ou des divergences dans los angeles définition terminologique, même dans les features les plus conceptuels qui sont débattus, il y a par dessus tout une volonté de créer un cadre commun de recherche. Écrit dans plusieurs langues, ce livre offre, d'une half, un regard, nouveau et pluriel, sur une resource écrite à l. a. première personne, subjective et complémentaire de « l'histoire officiele », et d'autre half l. a. mise en avant de problématiques transversales comme le sont, par exemple, l'étude de l. a. langue ou l'approche anthropologique.
By Britta Viebrock
By Jan Wilm
By Mohan Rakesh,Aparna Dharwadker,Vinay Dharwadker
By Harold Kaplan
By Lorna Hutson
Literary students and highbrow historians have additionally proven how classical forensic rhetoric shaped the foundation either one of the humanist instructing of literary composition (poetry and drama) and of recent criminal epistemologies of fact-finding and proof evaluate. moreover, the post-Reformation jurisdictional dominance of the typical legislations produced new methods of drawing the bounds among inner most judgment of right and wrong and public accountability.
This guide brings historians, literary students, and criminal historians jointly to construct on and problem those and related strains of inquiry. Chapters within the instruction manual contemplate the next subject matters in various combos: forensic rhetoric, poetics and facts; humanist and felony studying; political identities on the motels of court docket; poetry, drama, and visible tradition; neighborhood governance and criminal reform; fairness, moral sense, and spiritual legislations; felony differences of
social and affective kinfolk (property, marriage, witchcraft, agreement, company personhood); authorial legal responsibility (libel, censorship, press regulation); rhetorics of liberty, slavery, torture, and due technique; state, sovereignty, and overseas legislations (the British archipelago, colonialism,
By Jonas Heidger
Both tragedies have a lot in universal, as they open within the kingdom during which the motion came about, with a reigning monarchy, that's threatened from either inside and external of the rustic, because the homicide of a king and the method of an enemy armament, are on the middle of either plots. The assassin in either performs is a kinsman of the king, occupying the throne out of greed for strength yet is being punished by means of demise on the finish of the tragedy. either performs can be found overseas, as "Hamlet" is put in medieval Denmark and "Macbeth" in medieval Scotland.
But what those performs have such a lot in universal is that the supernatural is taking part in a key position. The ghost of the previous King in "Hamlet" and the 3 witches in "Macbeth" are picking out the 2 protagonists’ activities and the institution of the performs’ surroundings from the outset. The supernatural in either performs used to be inspired by way of ideals typical in the course of Shakespeare’s lifetime.
By Alfreda Eva Bell,Michael Austin,Ardis E. Parshall
By Guido Mazzoni,Zakiya Hanafi
By Maike Oergel
This interdisciplinary learn examines the impression of the rising wisdom of historicity at the ideas of modernity, identification, and tradition as they constructed in German idea round 1800. It indicates how thisawareness made up our minds the German inspiration of the concern of cultural id. Key texts from Sturm und Drang, WeimarClassicism, German Romanticism andGerman Idealism, together with Goethe’s Faust I and Wilhelm Meisters Lehrjahre, are contextualised when it comes to post-Enlightenment debates on historicity and modernity. The examine lines the amendment of the Enlightenment techniques of perfectibility and common beliefs to house the hot suggestion of temporal particularity and impermanence. this is often accomplished through embedding those as soon as static innovations in a old technique that's powered by means of a self-prompting inner dialectic. via artificial absorption in the old succession the dialectical technique allowsfor the continuity of values, whereas leaving room for discontinuity and distinction via counting on oppositional successions. The research unearths shut connections among the highbrow matters, the literary objectives, and the endeavours to build a contemporary German id in this interval, whichsuggests a much higher highbrow coherence of the Goethezeit regardingintellectual demanding situations and ambitions than has been formerly assumed.