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Title: Uwagi na temat turpitudo w prawie rzymskim

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Remarks on the concept of turpitudo in Roman law

Creator:

Żeber, Ireneusz (1944- )

Abstract:

In his article, the author engages with the issue of human dignity – more precisely, with a detriment to it which took the form of infamia and turpitudo. Infamia is a precise concept. It arose as a result of disreputable lifestyle or resulted from either criminal or civil proceedings due to actiones famosae. Infamia was lifelong. By contrast, turpitudo is infamia in its non-legal, concrete form. It was not a result of legal requirements – rather, it arose from negative public reputation, which in turn can be dubious, and even unjust. The author accepts the view that turpitudo is a less precise form of infamy.

Place of publishing:

Wrocław

Publisher:

E-Wydawnictwo. Prawnicza i Ekonomiczna Biblioteka Cyfrowa. Wydział Prawa, Administracji i Ekonomii Uniwersytetu Wrocławskiego

Contributor:

Koredczuk, Józef. Red. ; Wiązek, Paweł. Red.

Date issued:

2020

Detailed Type:

e-książka

Identifier:

oai:repozytorium.uni.wroc.pl:116178 ; ISBN 978-83-66601-13-0 (druk) ; ISBN 978-83-66601-15-4 (druk) ; ISBN 978-83-66601-14-7 (online)

DOI:

10.34616/23.20.052

Language:

eng ; pol

Relation:

(e-Monografie ; nr 166)

Is part of:

Zgromadzenia stanowe i organy przedstawicielskie w dziejach. Księga jubileuszowa dedykowana Profesorowi Marianowi Józefowi Ptakowi

Rights holder:

Copyright by Wydział Prawa, Administracji i Ekonomii Uniwersytetu Wrocławskiego

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Last modified:

Apr 21, 2021

In our library since:

Oct 3, 2020

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https://repozytorium.uni.wroc.pl/publication/120198

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