The management of the emergency in Rome is characterized by the use of the ‘clavi figendi causa’ dictatorship. The research aims to evaluate this role in relation to the figure of the so-called ‘dictator optima lege creatus’, in order to isolate his role in the epidemiological context and reconstruct his constitutional position. The author uses an interdisciplinary methodology to approach the problem, reconsidering this particular hypothesis of dictatorship in a perspective of historical discontinuity.

Stato di eccezione, pestilenze e dictatores. L’emergenza “fisiologica” nel diritto pubblico romano

RANDAZZO, SALVATORE
2020

Abstract

The management of the emergency in Rome is characterized by the use of the ‘clavi figendi causa’ dictatorship. The research aims to evaluate this role in relation to the figure of the so-called ‘dictator optima lege creatus’, in order to isolate his role in the epidemiological context and reconstruct his constitutional position. The author uses an interdisciplinary methodology to approach the problem, reconsidering this particular hypothesis of dictatorship in a perspective of historical discontinuity.
978-88-495-4527-2
Ausnahmezustand ; Roman Constitution; Roman Dictatorship
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