What Did the Roman Jurisprudents Want from Aquilian Liability?
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This talk proceeds from the suspicion that when the Roman jurisprudents of the so-called classical period wrote about law, they were neither necessarily, nor solely, hoping to formulate rules which would regulate litigation in courts of law. Rather, they arguably thought of themselves as authors of a form of literature.
Michael Peachin, Professor of Classics, Director of Undergraduate Studies, New York University
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