Teisės skirstymo į viešąją ir privatinę idėja bei jos reikšmė Lietuvos Statutų sistemai.
The article is aimed at describing the historical development of teaching law division into public and private before the end of the 16 century on the analysis of the law doctrine of that time and also at determining the importance of the aforesaid division for the law system of Lithuanian Statutes on the grounds of the obtained conclusions. This scientific research allows stating that there were separate utterances on division of law into public and private in the Roman law. However, this division had no systematic and functional importance in the positive law of that time. The teaching of division of law into public and private acquired theoretical and practical significance in the 16th century when the school of post-glossators was replaced by the school of humanists (i.e. the humanist trend in the science of law most widely spread among French lawyers). The essential changes in ideological and religious regulations of the 161 century had the greatest importance for formation of the attitude to division of law into public and private - the tendency to dissociate from the Church authorities by solving state problems and to look at the state, first of all, as an independent institution was becoming apparent. On the other hand, an attitude towards a man was changing. He started to be considered as an autonomous intelligent personality (Renaissance, humanism). Due to historical development of the Grand Principality of Lithuania (hereinafter referred to as GPL) especially favourable conditions to accept the idea of law dualism were created. [...]
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