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Harmonisation of family law in Europe: a historical perspective, a tale of two millennia, Masha Antokolskaia

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Harmonisation of family law in Europe: a historical perspective, a tale of two millennia, Masha Antokolskaia
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Includes bibliographical references (p. 517-560)
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non fiction
Main title
Harmonisation of family law in Europe: a historical perspective
Oclc number
77077915
Responsibility statement
Masha Antokolskaia
Series statement
European family law series ;, 13
Sub title
a tale of two millennia
Table Of Contents
Introduction -- The cultural constraints argument, conIvergence, and harmonisation: the theoretical aspects -- Historical precursors of the medieval uniform family law -- Formation of the medieval canon ius commune of family law -- Matrimonial property law in the high middle ages: beyond the canon law unification -- Medieval canon ius commune of family law: continuance and radical change -- The medieval ius commune of family law and the current harmonisation debate -- Development of family law in the time of the Protestant Reformation -- The Enlightenment: the cradle of the modern ideas on marriage and the family -- The nineteenth century: family law in the middle of the conservative-progressive discord -- The twentieth century until the sixties -- The background of the reforms -- 'Death of marriage' or search for a new concept of marriage? -- Divorce: has the no-fault revolution brought convergence closer? -- Non-marital cohabitation: from outlaw to functional alternative for marriage -- Illegitimate children: from discrimination to equality; an example of successful harmonisation -- Matrimonial property law
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