Conciliarism in Theory and Practice of Legal Institutions and Administration in England in the 11th — 16th Centuries
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Conciliarism in Theory and Practice of Legal Institutions and Administration in England in the 11th — 16th Centuries
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S207987840011638-0-1
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10.18254/S207987840011638-0
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Anastasia Palamarchuk 
Affiliation: Saint Petersburg State University
Address: Russian Federation, Saint Petersburg
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The Definition of «Etat Moderne» as a process of legitimation and implementation of emerging changes in practice of central and local administrative structures is taken as a conceptual basis of the present article. The history of multiple сonciliar institutions in England in the 11th — 16th centuries vividly illustrates this process and presents peculiar features of Etat Moderne: depersonalization of actors, bureaucratization and prior formalization of institutional activities; and, finally, contractualization (emrgence of councils as places of negotiating corporate contracts). The article considers several historical forms of conciliar institutions and their influence on developing group and corporate identities.

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Conciliarism, council, Etat Moderne, administration, monarchy, England
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28.04.2020
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31.10.2020
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