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Periódicos</p> <p>German Union Catalogue of Serials</p> <p>GLORIA (GEOMAR Library Ocean Research Information Access)</p> <p>Katalog Zbiorów Polskich Bibliotek Naukowych</p> <p>Naist Digital Library</p> <p>OpenAire</p> <p>Rebiun</p> <p>Root-Indexing</p> <p>Academic Resource Index (ResearchBib)</p> <p>ScholarGoogle</p> <p>Ulrichweb</p> <p>WorldCat</p> <p>Journal Factor</p> <p>Sherpa/Romeo</p> <p>Dulcinea/Acceso Abierto</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> en-US (Cátedra Inocencio III) (Cátedra Inocencio III) Thu, 03 Feb 2022 13:09:44 +0100 OJS 60 The reception of The Spoliatus ante Omnia Restituendus Principle in The Foral Valencian Historical Law <p>The concept of possession, its legal regime and its forms of protection in the Valencian Historical Foral Law, specifically in the texts of the <em>Furs de València</em>, offer one of the clearest examples of the reception of ideas and forms of Roman Law reinterpreted by the work of the jurists of the <em>ius commune</em>, especially, in this case, due to the expansion of the concept of <em>possessio</em> and its defense, operated by medieval canon law informed by the principle <em>spoliatus ante omnia restituendus</em> that, since its application to ecclesiastical offices and benefits, to manorial rights as a jurisdictional power, even also to rights that today we would qualify as real charges, and also to the rights of the spouse over the matrimonial community, it extends its influence to the summary protection of the simple possession of a thing in favor of who has been plundered. In particular, it will be analyzed how the so-called <em>Canon Redintegranda</em> of the <em>Decretum</em> <em>Gratiani</em>, as well as the Decretals of Gregory IX, in particular, title XIII of book II whose rubric reads <em>De restitutione expoliaturum</em>, are integrated into the texts of the <em>Furs de València</em> for the summary protection of possession.</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p><strong>Keywords</strong>: possession; possessory defense; <em>exceptio spolii</em>; <em>actio spolii</em>; <em>Furs de València</em>.</p> Carmen Lázaro Guillamón Copyright (c) 2021 Revista de Investigación de la Cátedra Internacional conjunta Inocencio III Wed, 30 Mar 2022 00:00:00 +0200 La techne Aristotelica: for a philosophical research on the theme "The human roots of the Ecological Crisis" in the encyclical Laudato Si' <p>In the encyclical <em>Laudato si’ </em>the strong call to recognize "<em>the human root of the ecological crisis</em>", namely the cause of the "<em>awry</em><em> way of understanding human life and action</em>", focuses on "<em>the dominant technocratic paradigm</em>". With this paper I intend to point out the undue transformation of technology into domination and one-dimensionality, proposing to go to the Greek roots, from whose language the words 'technology' and 'technocracy' come. The senses by which the word ‘<em>techne</em>’ was ordinarily used, are indeed articulated starting from the awareness of the community dimension of life, in which man can overcome his own weaknesses and lacks, developing the potentialities of each one for the common good and the plurality of the ways of actualization, on condition of acquiring knowledge by learning-teaching. In the proposal to recover the Greek notion of <em>techne</em>, highlighting its plural, collective and didactic character, I also qualify it as 'Aristotelian', to emphasize two provisions, given by the teachers of the first philosophical schools, Plato and then Aristotle: knowledge is said to be acquired by <em>techne</em> provided that from those who are able 1) to give explanations and 2) to indicate the ultimate goal, where the concepts of <em>true</em>, <em>good</em> and <em>beautiful</em> converge in the dimension of <em>sophia</em>.</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p><strong>Keywords</strong>: <em>Laudato si’</em>;<em> techne</em>; Aristotle; <em>Metaphysics</em>; theoretical sciences; common good.</p> Giulia Lombardi Copyright (c) 2021 Revista de Investigación de la Cátedra Internacional conjunta Inocencio III Wed, 30 Mar 2022 00:00:00 +0200 The sacred nature of the landscape between "Integral Ecology" and the Law Of Sustainability <p>The essay offers a reflection on the relationship between landscape and faith, starting from the cultural landscape that the author associates with his personal idea of landscape: the reference to the distant view of the convent founded by San Paolo della Croce on Monte Argentario. The landscape understood as an harmonious insertion into nature and a vision that is affected by the mark left by that settlement, taking on meanings that go beyond the visible. The concept of religious landscape is faced from the emotional point of view in which the sacredness of places completes and enhances nature. In short, there are common grounds between laity and Catholics around the great theme of the cultural landscape as a common good, an expression of human settlement in its historical stratifications. The contribution concludes with an analysis of Pope Francis’s encyclical Laudato Sì.</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p><strong>Keywords</strong>: Landscape; sacredness; sustainability law; integral ecology.</p> Paolo Passaniti Copyright (c) 2021 Revista de Investigación de la Cátedra Internacional conjunta Inocencio III Wed, 24 Nov 2021 00:00:00 +0100 Dominion of the Territory, Civic Uses and Jus Pascendi: the City of Viterbo and some Judicial Cases (XIII-XVIII Centuries) <p>Located in Tuscia north of Rome, Viterbo was one of the most significant city of the ‘Patrimony of San Pietro in Tuscia', one of the administrative districts of the Papal States. The Municipality of Viterbo, by virtue of an ancient custom, transposed into the local statutory law and confirmed with papal approval, was <em>domina juris pascendi</em> and, in this role, could demand that it be paid the tax for the exploitation of the pasture (<em>fida</em> or <em>affida</em>). This writing illustrates – also thanks to the examination of unpublished documentation – some controversies of which the Viterbo Community was the protagonist against those who questioned its dominion over some estates and against those who claimed to be exempt from the payment of the <em>fida</em>.</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p><strong>Keywords</strong>: Papal State; Civic Uses; <em>Jus pascendi</em>; Viterbo.</p> Tiziana Ferreri Copyright (c) 2021 Revista de Investigación de la Cátedra Internacional conjunta Inocencio III Sun, 31 Oct 2021 00:00:00 +0200 Canon Law and knighthood appointment in modern times <p>Legal debates on the deposed sovereigns’ rights have emerged again in the 20th century. Among them, the right to appoint knights by heads of deposed royal families has been one of the focal points. The author begins with a comprehensive review of legal debates on the subject to provide readers with an up-to-date understanding on this developing topic. Six major views on the appointment are extracted from the review. Then, a new interpretation is proposed, wherein the legitimacy to confer honours and the legitimacy of the orders of knighthood themselves have to be considered separately. Under this method of interpretation, the criterion to judge the legitimacy of an appointment of knight is both the jus honorum of the head of the family and the order of knighthood itself being legitimate.</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p><strong>Keywords</strong>: knighthood; Canon Law; order of knighthood; royal family; fons honorum.</p> Shutaro Takeda Copyright (c) 2021 Revista de Investigación de la Cátedra Internacional conjunta Inocencio III Sat, 30 Oct 2021 00:00:00 +0200 Administration of temporary assets of the Order of Minor Brothers in the Rule of 1223 and in the Constitutions (1955,1979,2010) <p>This article presents various relevant social and economic aspects that influenced the society in which Francisco was immersed. A society that abandons the old feudal system and gives way to a new society where money is increasingly imposed both in politics and in social relations. Francisco lives a new social era where relationships cease to be one of subordination and dependence. But the Church remains feudal and this caused discomfort to the humble people. Francisco, due to the life he chose, rejected everything that prevented living evangelical poverty. Francisco tries to regulate the life of the brothers through the Rules. The study of Rule 1223 and the Constitutions of 1955, 1974 and 2010 will allow us to analyze the evolution and importance that the administration of property acquires in them, being faithful to the charism of Francis of Assisi.</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p><strong>Keywords</strong>: Friars Minor; Fraternity; Property Management; Constitutions.</p> Rosario Celdrán Hernández Copyright (c) 2021 Revista de Investigación de la Cátedra Internacional conjunta Inocencio III Wed, 30 Mar 2022 00:00:00 +0200