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La Belle époque des juristes catholiques (1870-1914)

Abstract : This paper portrays the group, whose limits and activities remain poorly known, of the catholic professors of Law in public or in private faculties. The study reveals the absence of regular relations between these two environments but emphasizes the part played by the catholic culture in the construction of theses jurists' scientific stance in late nineteenth-century France. It shows also how this network of scholars contributed significantly to the development of Cult Law as well as to the rise of a Scientific School.
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Frédéric Audren. La Belle époque des juristes catholiques (1870-1914). Revue Française d'Histoire des Idées Politiques, L'Harmattan, 2008, pp.233 - 271. ⟨hal-01462093⟩

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