Duve, Thomas: Theorie und Methode der Analyse asymmetrischer Formen von Abhängigkeit : Eine (global)rechtshistorische Perspektive. Bonn: Bonn Center for Dependency and Slavery Studies, 2022. In: BCDSS Working Papers, 05.
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author = {{Thomas Duve}},
title = {Theorie und Methode der Analyse asymmetrischer Formen von Abhängigkeit : Eine (global)rechtshistorische Perspektive},
publisher = {Bonn Center for Dependency and Slavery Studies},
year = 2022,
month = may,

series = {BCDSS Working Papers},
volume = 05,
note = {This working paper aims to contribute to the transdisciplinary debates on how to analyze asymmetric forms of dependency at the BCDSS from the perspective of a legal historian inter ested in global legal history and working mainly on the “Iberian Worlds”. I will therefore first introduce traditions and methods of legal historical research, and show the specific achieve ments and shortcomings of these traditions by giving examples of how legal historians studied asymmetric forms of dependency. In the second part, I will briefly show that legal history can be understood as a history of the translation of normative knowledge. This innovative ap proach can help to overcome some of the shortcomings of the research tradition in this field by opening legal historical research for practices and allowing us to integrate into its analysis modes of normativity other than those that resulted in the (Western) modern state. Building on this, I will in the third part explain the concept of “Historical Regimes of Normativity”, which is a form of observation of more or less stable constellations of normative knowledge.},
url = {https://hdl.handle.net/20.500.11811/10448}

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