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1. A Decretalist is a canonist in the history of Canon Law whose main object of study was papal decretals (epistolae decretales, papal replies or mandates of a canonical nature)

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2. Decretalist (plural Decretalists) (historical) A member of a 13th-century school of interpretation of canon law that emphasized the decretals (letters issued by the Popes on matters of church discipline) in preference to the Decretum Gratiani (1141), which their rivals, the …

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3. Decretalist - WikiMili, The Free Encyclopedia In the history of canon law, the Decretalists of the thirteenth century formed a school of interpretation that emphasised the decretals, those letters issued by the Popes ruling on matters of church discipline (epistolae decretales), in preference to the Decretum Gratiani (1141), which their rivals,

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4. Decretalist commentary, 13th to 19th

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5. Plural of Decretalist Definition from Wiktionary, the free dictionary

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6. Decretalist meaning in Urdu: پاپائی فرامین کا ماہر - Papai faramin ka maahir meaning, Definition Synonyms at English to Urdu dictionary gives you the best and accurate urdu translation and meanings of Decretalist and Papai faramin ka maahir Meaning.

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7. (39) The decretists and Decretalists followed suit and allowed this sort of self defense to all people under natural law and the law of nations (ius gentium), thereby accepting the principle of Roman civil law that violence could be repelled by violence

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8. Decretalist; Regulæ Juris; Extravagantes; Liber Septimus; Jus novissimum (c

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9. (39) The decretists and Decretalists followed suit and allowed this sort of self defense to all people under natural law and the law of nations (ius gentium), thereby accepting the principle of Roman civil law that violence could be repelled by violence

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10. (1338–1408)This celebrated Decretalist was venerated in his lifetime both for his qualities as a professor and for the example of his religious and moral virtues

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11. Decretals definition in English dictionary, Decretals meaning, synonyms, see also 'Decretalist',decrease',decentralist'

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12. “Should you wish in time of peace to find a man fit and capable of undertaking the government of a republic, a kingdom, an empire, or a principality; of maintaining the Church, the nobility, the senate, and the people in riches, friendship, concord, obedience, virtue, and dignity, believe me, you must choose a Decretalist.

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13. The age of Olesnicki was one of great scholars, among whom were: the physician and astronomer, Martin Krol; the Decretalist, Johann Elgot; the theologians Benedict Hesse and Jacobus of Paradyz

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14. Petrarch’s law professor at Bologna, the famous Decretalist Giovanni d’Andrea, for example, clarified the distinction in his commentary on the Liber Sextus in this way: Now the subject matter of the science of canon law is man as oriented not only to the common good, but to God

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15. 1 The later Decretalist discussions of the Crusade vow are focused most commonly in their commentaries and glosses to titulus 34 of Book 3 of the Decretales Gregorii IX, promulgated in 1234

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16. Some of the more important features of this Decretalist literature have been analyzed and described by

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17. Decretalist; Regulæ Juris; Extravagantes; Liber Septimus; Jus novissimum (c

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What does decretal mean?

Definition of decretal : decree especially : a papal letter giving an authoritative decision on a point of canon law First Known Use of decretal 14th century, in the meaning defined above

What does de CRE mean?

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What does decree especially mean?

: decree especially : a papal letter giving an authoritative decision on a point of canon law.

What does decretive mean?

Definition of decretive : having the force of a decree : decretory First Known Use of decretive 1609, in the meaning defined above