Señorio y Feudalismo: Vinculos Dedependencia

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Siglo XXI, 1995 - 348 pages
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Resumen de íla extensa red de subordinaciones que entrelazó hombres, tierras y poderesî en la sociedad feudal: sociedad militar, por la visión principal que se les encomienda a los vasallos; sociedad rural, por la naturaleza de sus bienes y por los medios materiales que extrae de la tierra y del trabajo campesino. Una amplia bibliografía confiere a esta edición un interés excepcional para los estudiantes y especialistas.
 

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That's an important book for understand in a clear manner the relations between peasant, artisans , common people with their lords and the origin and evolution of these bonds. Because there's a very usual to nominated as feudalism social , juridical and social relations that were of any kind.Perhaps , because the researcher hasn't a clear definition of what really means feudalism and feudal relations or perhaps and thinking in the worse of case for intellectual laziness.
Is a common place wrote as feudal a relation of seigneural kind, because the apparience maybe similar but in seigneural there's no vassal (with rights and duties) and a lord too. Seigneural could be no vassal could be a relation between a free peasant that should pay a tax to a seigneur appointed by central authorithy and these appointment isn't hereditary, there's not a blood nobility.
Also the author regard very carefully another areas that Western Europe, as example wrote :"Feudalism have had a restricted territory in universe map: European area expanded from North Sea until Loire, also from Renanian region to Bretagne frontiers; this was his core. There 're his origin , and also begun the words vassalage and feud . Out these small barren islands formed by ancient Charoligians Marks (in the sense of limit) , his presence become blurred in southern France, Italy Kingdom, northern Germany and Spain;in swelling successive and powerful, it will reach southern Italy and Sicilly , afterwards England, its favourite country of adoption. In another lands was a provisory resource: Latin East (during Crusades in Near East) eastern and central Europe; and in the other end of the world , it only advances in Japanese lands, where the experience follows its course. His institutions and structure, reveal shades, adaptations to enviroment, an infinity flexibility.
Occasionally , feudalism is presented as an abstraction. That's madness! In reality is an organism. No the Antiquity, according to all probability , nor Modern Era modeled its characteristics.
The first attempted takeoff towards feudal goal but them never took shape, the second picked up its rest. Feudalism is Medieval; it hadn't any debt with Africa, and without any doubt, nothing to Asia except Japan . Is a Western son".
So he defined that hereditary nobility was a mood of formation of the state , as we as westerners have had their political and juridical conception.That's the difference with another part of the world such as Islamic state conception or any other.
Is very important for persons such as students or beginner researchers in Middle Age History even do specialist (for review and clarify concepts) because they have a fundamental tool for study and analysis . Really is very potent light in the darkness. Ricardo Gustavo Espeja
 

Contents

PROLOCO
9
COMERCIO V CIRCULACIÓN MONETARIA
27
Conclusión
53
VIH Cambios en la organización dominial del siglo ix al x
95
LOS CAMPESINOS V SUS AMOS DEL CUAN DOM NIO AL CEAN SEÑORÍO
103
DEL VASALLAJE AL RÍf IMFN FEIDAL
133
Conclusión
163
Conclusión
190
Los patronazgos en el Imperio Romano
270
Ciertos elementos de las clases campesinas durante la Alta Edad Media
272
Dominios señoriales en Occidente
275
Un diploma de inmunidad
281
El feudalismo
282
La encomendación en a poca merovingia
283
Los ritos vasallaticos
284
Vasallaje y beneficio del siglo ix al siglo xi
296

FEUDALISMOS DEL ANTICUO ORIENTE
197
Conclusión
209
F l mundo escandinavo
223
El mundo etlavo
225
A Polonia
226
B Rusia
227
LOÍ mongoles
233
El mundo musulmán
236
El mundo bizantino
242
UN FEUDALISMO DE ASIA JAPÓN
251
transformaciones del shó y de la aristocracia
253
Desórdenes y divisiones Desde el siglo xiv hasta el inicio del siglo xvn 25
255
Características predominantes del feudalismo japonés 236
256
CONCLUSIÓN CENEftAL
262
DOCUMENTOS
267
El feudalismo y la Iglesia
302
Deberes y derechos vasallaticos
303
VIL División de la sociedad en tres órdenes fines del siglo x
307
En Rusia
309
En Bizancio
312
BIBLIOGRAFÍA
315
F l medio comerciante y urbano
316
Ocupación del suelo y medio rural
320
Dominios y señoríos Francia Alemania Italia
323
La sociedad feudal y sus instituciones Francia Alemania Italia
330
El feudalismo y el Estado Francia Alemania Italia
333
VIL Ensayos de historia comparada referidos a los vínculos de depen dencia
335
Los feudalismos antiguos
337
Cofradías y clientelas 34O X Japón
347
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