The article presents the preliminaryresults of the research of Roman and medieval Regulae iuris using a novel combination of methods. It demonstratesthe productivity of combining network analysis and the methodology ofstructural linguistics in the analysis of the database of Latin ‘rulesof law’,which were juristic generalizations of the legal matter. This methodology allowsmeasuring the extent to which scholastic dialectics helped medieval learned juriststo achieve a systematization of law, as well as offers a good combination of historicaland dogmatic approaches, so important in the research of normative systems,especially in law and legal history.
Keywords: regulae iuris, network analysis, structuralism, law and linguistics, legal history
How to Cite:
Kotlyar, I. A., (2023) “Potential Application of Structural Linguistics Methodology in the Network Analysis of Roman and Medieval Regulae Iuris”, Journal for Digital Legal History 1(1). doi: https://doi.org/10.21825/dlh.85999
- Fonds Wetenschappelijk Onderzoek (grant FWO.OPR.2020.005001)