Now in its 6th printing (first in paperback), this booklet continues to be a very good reference for someone who works in utilized physics, engineering, or chemistry. It offers a scientific account of the idea of dielectric homes, and the reader is believed to have purely an acquaintance with calculus, complemented via an easy wisdom of atomic and molecular physics, statistical mechanics, and electrostatics.
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Traditio 35: 145-172; Winroth, Anders. 2000. The Making of Gratian’s Decretum. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. e. Roman) Law) 13th century, ed. pr. 1482 AZO (AZZONE, AZO PORCIUS) (c. 1190-ante 1233) Azo was born in Bologna around 1170 and died in the same city around 1230. Educated in the school of law of Bologna by his venerated master Joannes Bassianus, he was already a doctor in 1190, when he began to teach at his university. In the years around 1200, he became the most influential civil law professor of Bologna, where he taught the laws of Justinian to the most important lawyers of the next generation, including Accursius, the author of the Great Gloss on civil law, and Sinibaldo Fieschi, the future pope Innocent IV.
As a work of scholarship, it contributed to re-orientate legal scholarship along new lines. The lectures and commentaries which became the distinctive feature of late-medieval civil learning and literature reflected a gradual shift towards a method which analysed more emphatically the leges as the elementary units of legal reasoning, and which enjoyed more leeway in addressing contemporary issues (while being also under even greater pressure to do so). Medieval post-Accursian commentaries and legal literature usually assumed the reader’s acquaintance with both the text and the gloss under discussion.
The development of such 14 2 Law Books During the Transition from Late-Medieval … summaries and the relative uniformity of the page lay-out in printed versions allowed another important innovation facilitating the reader’s consultation of those ponderous works: at the end of a volume, or at the end of the series of volumes, an index would reproduce all those summaries in alphabetical order (according to the major keyword of the sentence), so that, for example, if one looks up the entry ‘postliminium’ in the index, one has at a glance all the summaries of the entire work which include that word as a central term, and the reference to the passage in any volume where the text relating to that commentary occurs.