Textual Evidences of the Executive Legal Effects of a ‘καθάπερ ἐκ δίκης’ Formula in Early Roman Egypt



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Rodríguez Martín, José-Domingo (2021) Textual Evidences of the Executive Legal Effects of a ‘καθάπερ ἐκ δίκης’ Formula in Early Roman Egypt. In Neue Grenzen / New Frontieres (Humboldt-Kolleg Budapest 2018). Humboldt-Nachrichten, Sonderheft der Zeitschrift des Humboldt-Vereins Ungarn (39). Humboldt-Vereins Ungarn, Budapest, pp. 89-104. ISBN ISBN 978 963 556 120 9

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This paper addresses the question how the developing interest of society and technical evolution shape the formulation of novel research disciplines and how scientific results face challenges in gaining a widespread effect on society. Novel research interests often result in emerging new fields, which establish a radically different mindset on a spe- cific phenomenon in question. This is illustrated by drawing on the case of the newly emerging multidisciplinary field of Cultural Linguistics. The paper argues that Cultur- al Linguistics evolved due to a complexity of contextual factors of our age, including the emergence of digital environment, a tendency towards multidisciplinarity, an in- creasing interest in culturally relevant issues, and a demand to make the link between academic research and everyday life more explicit.

Item Type:Book Section
Uncontrolled Keywords:Derecho Romano, Papirología Jurídica
Palabras clave (otros idiomas):Roman Law, Juristic Papyrology
Subjects:Social sciences > Law > Roman law
Humanities > History > Ancient history
Humanities > Philology > Greek philology
ID Code:67022
Deposited On:23 Jul 2021 07:39
Last Modified:18 Aug 2021 09:07

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