Nekoliko zapažanja o tekstološkim i metodološkim problemima u proučavanju starohrvatskih pravnih termina u Marka Marulića

A Few Remarks on Textological and Methodological Problems in the Study of Old Croatian Legal Terms Used by Marko Marulić

Autor, motiviran ponajprije poznatom pretpostavkom o tome da je Marko Marulić možda studirao pravne znanosti, prvo daje pregled dosadašnjih ograničenih pokušaja da se govori o pravnoj terminologiji u Marulićevu opusu na 
Autor, motiviran ponajprije poznatom pretpostavkom o tome da je Marko Marulić možda studirao pravne znanosti, prvo daje pregled dosadašnjih ograničenih pokušaja da se govori o pravnoj terminologiji u Marulićevu opusu na hrvatskom jeziku. Poslije se, s obzirom na to da se u prikazanoj literaturi katkada implicira (ali i eksplicira) da se Marulić koristi tim terminima zato što je bio pravnik, pretragom spomenutog opusa u potrazi za potencijalnim pravnim terminima pokušava utvrditi može li se takvo razmišljanje bolje potkrijepiti ili pak opovrgnuti. Na kraju se raspravlja o metodološkim problemima, ograničenjima, ali i mogućnostima poboljšanja takvih filoloških istraživanja.
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The article discusses the probability of the known assumption that Marko Marulić studied law. It reviews previous attempts to discuss the legal termino-logy in Marulić’s Croatian works. In the existing literature it is s
The article discusses the probability of the known assumption that Marko Marulić studied law. It reviews previous attempts to discuss the legal termino-logy in Marulić’s Croatian works. In the existing literature it is sometimes implied (and sometimes even explicitely stated) that Marulić used this termino-logy because he was a lawyer. In order to establish whether this conclusion can be reinforced or refuted, Marulić’s Croatian works are closely examined to collect potential legal terms. Finally, the methodological problems, limitations, but also possibilities for the improvement of such philological research are discussed. It is concluded that the current state of the art (lack of some more gen¬eral language studies and lack of diachronic machine-readable corpora) makes it extremely difficult to build up a case to support to a satisfying degree the hypothesis that Marulić studied law.
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Author:Vuk-Tadija Barbarić
URN:urn:nbn:de:hebis:30:3-387714
URL:http://hrcak.srce.hr/113033
ISSN:1331-6745
ISSN:1849-0379
Parent Title (Croatian):Rasprave : časopis Instituta za Hrvatski Jezik i Jezikoslovlje
Publisher:Inst.
Place of publication:Zagreb
Document Type:Article
Language:Croatian
Date of Publication (online):2016/10/13
Year of first Publication:2014
Publishing Institution:Universitätsbibliothek Johann Christian Senckenberg
Release Date:2016/10/13
Tag:Marko Marulić
Old Croatian legal terminology; historical sociolinguistics; methodology; textology
Marko Marulić; metodologija; povijesna sociolingvistika; starohrvatska pravna terminologija; tekstologija
Volume:39
Issue:1
Pagenumber:28
First Page:189
Last Page:215
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Rights: Papers published in this journal can be used for personal or educational purposes while respecting the rights of authors and publishers.
HeBIS PPN:450834379
Dewey Decimal Classification:490 Andere Sprachen
Sammlungen:Linguistik
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