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The legal ordering of the medieval international

Abstract:

Although International Relations scholars make frequent reference to the Middle Ages, most of our ideas about the period are not based on extensive empirical studies. Instead, they rely on a common imaginary of Medieval Europe as an unspecified and idealised system of overlapping authority and multiple loyalties. This thesis recovers a historical understanding of the late-medieval international order by focusing on the fundamental conceptions of the organization of the social held by medie...

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SSD
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Law
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University of Oxford
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La Caixa Foundation More from this funder
Department of Politics and International Relations More from this funder
Type of award:
DPhil
Level of award:
Doctoral
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University of Oxford
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English
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2016-05-15

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