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Development of criminal law in the Czech lands in the 18th century
Hübnerová Asadová, Zejneb ; Malý, Karel (advisor) ; Soukup, Ladislav (referee)
Development of criminal law in the Czech lands in the 18th century Resume My thesis deals with the criminal law of the 18th century in our country. The 18 century Enlightenment philosophy and criminal law beccarian revision created significant changes in criminal law. The thesis has six chapters plus an introduction and conclusion. The introduction explains the terminology used and the theoretical and philosophical bases of what the interpretation is based on, for example: the Enlightenment, criminal law, the influence of the Enlightenment on the transformation in the 18th century. Chapter One explains the development of criminal law until the 18th century. Chapter Two is broken down into 4 sections of analysis and then illustrates the applicable codes of the criminal law in the first half of the 18th century. Part One deals with the codification of the city Rights of 1579, designed by Paul Christian of Koldin. Part Two contains a brief description of the criminal law codification of the law of the noble - Renewal of the Earth's establishment in 1627. Part Three deals with the first attempt to unify criminal provisions, but mainly the procedural nature of the Constitutio Criminalis Josephine in 1707. Part Four contains an analysis of Maria Theresa in 1768, which was the culmination of the feudal concept of...
Development of criminal law in the Czech lands in the 18th century
Hübnerová Asadová, Zejneb ; Malý, Karel (advisor) ; Soukup, Ladislav (referee)
Development of criminal law in the Czech lands in the 18th century Resume My thesis deals with the criminal law of the 18th century in our country. The 18 century Enlightenment philosophy and criminal law beccarian revision created significant changes in criminal law. The thesis has six chapters plus an introduction and conclusion. The introduction explains the terminology used and the theoretical and philosophical bases of what the interpretation is based on, for example: the Enlightenment, criminal law, the influence of the Enlightenment on the transformation in the 18th century. Chapter One explains the development of criminal law until the 18th century. Chapter Two is broken down into 4 sections of analysis and then illustrates the applicable codes of the criminal law in the first half of the 18th century. Part One deals with the codification of the city Rights of 1579, designed by Paul Christian of Koldin. Part Two contains a brief description of the criminal law codification of the law of the noble - Renewal of the Earth's establishment in 1627. Part Three deals with the first attempt to unify criminal provisions, but mainly the procedural nature of the Constitutio Criminalis Josephine in 1707. Part Four contains an analysis of Maria Theresa in 1768, which was the culmination of the feudal concept of...

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