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Philipp Rohdenburg

Die Entwicklung der romanistischen Methode bei Fritz Schulz

[The Development of the Romanist Method in the Works of Fritz Schulz.]

2023. XX, 267 pages.
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Ius Romanum 9

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As one of the most important exponents of interpolation, which was seen as part of the so-called older working hypothesis, Fritz Schulz made a significant contribution to overcoming this with his own studies and thus paved the way for the studies on the textual stages which was programmatically required by the new working hypothesis. Philipp Rohdenburg traces the various stages of development based on individual fragments of the sources.
As one of the most important exponents of interpolation, which was seen as part of the so-called older working hypothesis, Fritz Schulz made a significant contribution to overcoming this with his own studies and thus paved the way for the studies on the textual stages which was programmatically required by the new working hypothesis. Philipp Rohdenburg traces the various stages of development based on individual fragments of the sources.
Survey of contents
A. Einleitung
I. Gegenstand und Ziel
II. Zugrundeliegende Materialien
B. Fritz Schulz
C. Die verschiedenen Phasen der Entwicklung

I. Die „Anfänger-Abhandlungen“ (1905–1906)
II. Die radikal interpolationenkritische Phase
III. Der Beginn der Entwicklung der Neuen Arbeitshypothese: „Die Epitome Ulpiani des Codex Vaticanus Reginae 1128“ (1926)
IV. Die weitere Entwicklung der Neuen Arbeitshypothese: „Die Überlieferungsgeschichte der Responsa des Cervidius Scaevola“ (1935) [1933]
V. Die Durchführung der Neuen Arbeitshypothese: „Die Geschichte der römischen Rechtswissenschaft“ (1961 [1946])
VI. Die anschließende Entwicklung: Konsolidierung der Neuen Arbeitshypothese
D. Zusammenfassung
E. Anhang: Verzeichnis der wissenschaftlichen Veröffentlichungen von Fritz Schulz
Authors/Editors

Philipp Rohdenburg Geboren 1984; Studium der Rechtswissenschaften in Münster, Perugia und Köln; 2012–14 Geschäftsführender Assistent am Institut für Römisches Recht der Universität zu Köln; 2021 Promotion; seit 2017 Rechtsanwalt in Köln.

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