The great tragedy of the twentieth century is that peace has suffered defeats even after wars have been won for her. In an agonized world laid down its guns.
Angela De Benedictis Revolten und politische Verbrechen zwischen dem Archives of Knowledge for the Study of Revolt Rechtliche Reaktionen und Folgen Drei Londoner Riots vor Gericht, Punitive Responses to the Saxon Peasant Uprising of Our main purpose was to conceive and present new approaches to the history of revolts and political crimes, combining social, political and legal history.
Therefore, we have added three more contributions of participants which initially were not presented at the conference but provide additional aspects and case studies to our topic.
As a result, this volume covers a wide spectrum of rural, urban and aristocratic revolts, rebellions, uprisings, and upheavals in many European countries and Russia from the Middle Ages to the early 19th century.
This variety of phenomena is linked by the main approach to explore the interdependences between revolts and political crime in focusing on the legal responses and the juridical-political discourses including public media as explained in more detail in the introductory essay.
Hence, this volume presents the contributions in two sections: The second section comprises different case studies of rural, urban and aristocratic revolts in Italy, Austria, Spain, France, England, Fulda and Saxony, analysing a broad variety of legal responses as well as specific topics and contexts such as minority groups Moriscos, Jews or colonial and military occupation.
As an overall result, this collection proves that despite their divers manifestations concerning actors, motives, causes, results etc.
In pre-modern Europe and The editors IX beyond revolts stimulated flexible legal responses, controversial juridical- political discourses and ambiguous media images which may be seen as cross- border characteristics that challenged and to some respect altered the legal systems and the ius commune in particular.
Thus, the angle of political crime and legal responses provides an important insight: Revolts widely affected the pre-modern legal systems which on the discursive as well as on the practical level developed flexible and appropriate responses — ranging from criminali- sation, punishment and military law to mediation, prevention and Verrecht- lichung — in order to regulate political and social conflicts.
Finally, the editors would like to thank the authors who presented and discussed their contributions at the conference and provided them to this volume as well as the other participants who actively contributed to the discussion, namely Anette Baumann, Gerhard Dilcher, Patrick Lantschner, Winfried Schulze, Friedrich Christian Schroeder, and Andreas Suter.
Elliott, The Revolt of the Catalans: A Shared European Heri- tage, vol I: Republicanism and Constitutionalism in Early Modern Europe, ed. Patria und Patrioten vor dem Patriotismus. Actions, Law, and Emotions, in: Discourses on Margins, Communities, Images ca.
The population was driven to unite in order to defend itself against many of the laws passed by the Olivares government. One of these many laws regarded the quartering of soldiers.
According to Bartolus writes Viladamor: Their neighbors and friends, however, could run to the assistance of the Catalans without even having to be called. Bartolus of Sassoferrato, referenced above by Viladamor, acknowledged that a people was justified in resisting oppression in his commentary to the Tres Libri Codicis, published around the middle of the 14th century, three centuries before the Catalan revolt.History teaches how to discern the relationship between cause and effect, to analyze motives, to determine agency and assign responsibility, and to understand change over time.
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