IURI

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IURIInternationalized Uniform Resource Identifiers
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Just to make one example among many, Bishop Beitia of Santander, Spain, asked "utrum concordata adhuc retineant aliquem valorem, non solum ut ius conditum, neque ut principium privilegiorum pro Ecclesia, neque ut mera consecratio Caesarismi pro Statu, sed ut formula iuris applicabilis pro Statibus modernis, et praecipue ut basis certa fecundae collaborationis.
reformatio Codicis Iuris Canonici prorsus posci atque expeti videbatur ab ipso Concilio, quod in Ecclesiam maximopere considerationem suam converterat.
That the initial idea for a code is attributable to Pius X (with the consequence that Gasparri was its coordinator and principal draftsman, but not its architect) has cogently been shown in a recent article: Carlo Fantappie, "Pio X e il 'Codex iuris canonici,'" in Arturo Cattaneo, ed.
The Latin text of this and the other canons from the 1917 Code reproduced here is taken from Codex Iuris Canonici Pii X Pontificis Maximi iussu digestus, Benedicti Papae XV auctoritate promulgatus [Rome: Typis Polyglottis Vaticanis, 1917].
See, for example, Mario Falco, Introduzione allo studio del "Codex iuris canonici" (Bologna: Societa editrice Il Mulino, 1992, reprint edited by Giorgio Feliciani of the original 1925 edition), 132-33; Alphonsus Van Hove, De legibus ecclesiasticis (Commentarium Lovaniense) (Mechliniae-Romae: H.
Codicis iuris canonici fontes (Rome: Typis Polyglottis Vaticanis, 1925), 3:663.
The Latin text of this and the other canon from the 1983 Code reproduced here is taken from Codex Iuris Canonici.
267: "Artem scilicet iam vincendi quandam, non dilucidande atquc aperiende veritatis et iustitie defendende studium nonnulli existimant iuris hanc et legum sacro-sanctam disciplinam, que modo fora omnia ita resonant tam dissonis variisque clamoribus perstrepuntque.
The Parergon iuris may seem to us a "farrago," a disconcerting jumble of a book rather than a pleasant "silva" as Alciato would have it.
100) The position of the Parergon iuris in relation to his specifically juridical annotations consequently remains uncertain: these notes are somehow essential for understanding the law and yet somehow unworthy to be included in proper legal discussion.
Together with the codification of current law, the Codex, and the teaching manual, the Institutiones, they constitute the Corpus iuris civilis.
Nec enim inter docendum atque inter tetricas illas salebrosasque Iuris nostri quaestiones amoenioribus hisce secessibus locus esse potest.