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Zur Bedingungsdogmatik im klassischen römischen Recht und zu ihren Grundlagen in der stoischen Logik

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The doctrine on conditions in classical Roman law and its foundations in Stoic logics. – Juan Miquel established in 1970 that the Roman jurists Proculus, Scaevola and Julian had used techniques of the Stoic logics in order to solve legal problems. In the present article, Miquel's main results are first summarized in terms of modern symbolism. The subsequent argument is that G.W. Leibniz interpreted the same sources equivalently. Finally, an analysis of the logical relationship between condition and conditionatum shows that that relationship must not be characterised as implication but as equivalence, a concept familiar to the Stoic logicians.

Affiliations: 1: Privatdozent (Universität zu Köln), zur Zeit Lehrstuhlvertreter am Leopold-Wenger-Institut für Rechtsgeschichte, Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München, Prof. -Huber-Platz, D-80539 München und Lecturer an der Ruhr-Universität Bochum, Germany;, Email:


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