Krytyka Kodeksu Napoleona we Francji w XIX wieku.

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dc.contributor.author Wielomski, Adam
dc.date.accessioned 2013-11-22T10:56:59Z
dc.date.available 2013-11-22T10:56:59Z
dc.date.issued 2008
dc.identifier.citation Doctrina. - 2008, nr 5, s. 201-216 pl
dc.identifier.issn 1730-0274
dc.identifier.uri http://hdl.handle.net/11331/91
dc.description.abstract This publication is about the Criticism of the Napoleon’s Code during the 19 th century. This document is noticed as one of the biggest achievements of the legislative art and the legislative foundation of the modern society. However, there were many criticisms in the 19 th century. It is worth today, over 200 years later, to mention those critical opinions. The main feature of the Napoleon’s Code criticism is the fact of its developing on the political Right. In the 19 th cen- tury and today Napoleon, his life, achievements and particularly his legend were always the French left and liberals’ property that is those political environments which carried out the French Revolution and shaped the political and social world due to their ideas. The Napoleon’s legend is very important here. Just the Napoleon III ’s rules – who considered himself as the heir of his big ancestor – caused the certain sobriety and appearing the voices that the Empire II ‘creator and usurper’s ancestor yet was ‘a despot’ who invoked on the ideas of the Revolution thanks to them to obtain the reign and next to distort it by the des- potic rules. pl
dc.language.iso pl pl
dc.publisher Instytut Nauk Społecznych Akademii Podlaskiej w Siedlcach pl
dc.subject Francja 19 w. pl
dc.subject Kodeks Napoleona pl
dc.subject Prawo cywilne pl
dc.subject Civil law pl
dc.subject France 19th century pl
dc.subject Napoleonic Code pl
dc.title Krytyka Kodeksu Napoleona we Francji w XIX wieku. pl
dc.type Article pl


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