In light of the changes introduced into the law of Italian local law authorities, also at the constitutional level, in the late twentieth and early twenty-first century, the legal historiography recovered the natural centrality of the studies concerning the Statutes, which were considered as the historical and legal documents that, in their complexity, may be accompanied by economic and social readings. The favorable circumstances for this kind of law sources have involved the need to pass the filters on the devaluation of interpretation of the statutory documentation, built by the political-legal doctrine around the axioms of absolutism and legal egalitarianism, where the current institutional system tended to be structured in various of legal integrated systems, which were also autonomous; here the unitary needs was coordinated with the recognition and the enhancement of local institutions. The essay aims at reconstructing the most significant features of the historiographical reinterpretation regarding autonomy and legal particularism between the Middle Ages and Modern Age, which implies a broader debate on the issues of “civitas” representative system, as well as the definition of the citizen and the resolution of conflicts produced by identity and environment issues.

Le autonomie territoriali negli indirizzi della più recente storiografia giuridica italiana

STANCO, GIANFRANCO
2015

Abstract

In light of the changes introduced into the law of Italian local law authorities, also at the constitutional level, in the late twentieth and early twenty-first century, the legal historiography recovered the natural centrality of the studies concerning the Statutes, which were considered as the historical and legal documents that, in their complexity, may be accompanied by economic and social readings. The favorable circumstances for this kind of law sources have involved the need to pass the filters on the devaluation of interpretation of the statutory documentation, built by the political-legal doctrine around the axioms of absolutism and legal egalitarianism, where the current institutional system tended to be structured in various of legal integrated systems, which were also autonomous; here the unitary needs was coordinated with the recognition and the enhancement of local institutions. The essay aims at reconstructing the most significant features of the historiographical reinterpretation regarding autonomy and legal particularism between the Middle Ages and Modern Age, which implies a broader debate on the issues of “civitas” representative system, as well as the definition of the citizen and the resolution of conflicts produced by identity and environment issues.
Legal history, Juridical historiography ; Administrative and Constitutional law, Statutory law; Local Government in Italy
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