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Aldo Sandulli
Law And The Challenges Of Change In Paolo Grossi’s Research Path
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Grossi, P., Trent’anni di pagine introduttive. Quaderni
fiorentini 1972-2001, prefazione di Paolo Cappellini, Per la storia
del pensiero giuridico moderno. No. 83, Giuffrè ed., Milano, (2009)
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Paolo Grossi is without doubt the major living historian of
Italian Law. Internationally renowned scholar and academic
member of the Accademia dei Lincei, he has been an inspired
professor and ingenious activist in organizing culture in the legal
field. Paolo Grossi has indeed founded the Florentine School,
which profoundly contributed to a change in the scientific method
of legal history in Italy. Many important scholars such as Mario
Sbriccoli, Pietro Costa, Paolo Cappellini, Maurizio Fioravanti,
Luca Mannori, and Bernardo Sordi have followed in Grossi’s
footsteps.

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