John H. Wigmore (1863-1943): un mosaico que ilustra sobre el desarrollo del estudio comparado de la historia del derecho

  • Agustín Parise Universidad de Maastricht

    Facultad de Derecho, Universidad de Maastricht (Países Bajos). Abogado y doctor en Derecho por la Universidad de Buenos Aires (Argentina). Magíster en Derecho por la Universidad Estatal de Luisiana (EE.UU.). Doctor en Derecho, Universidad de Maastricht.

Palabras clave: Derecho comparado, derecho y literatura, historia del derecho, prueba, siglo XX

Resumen

Esta investigación se aproxima al estudio comparado de la historia del derecho mirando aspectos de la vida y obra de John H. Wigmore. Se ofrece, primero, una definición del estudio comparado de la historia del derecho. En segundo lugar, se aborda un mosaico de inquietudes que Wigmore experimentó y vivió. Se explora allí un diálogo troncal del referido jurista con el derecho relativo a la prueba (evidence), un diálogo auxiliar con otras disciplinas y un hilo conductor que se presenta en su interés por la historia del derecho y el derecho comparado. Se advierte entonces sobre el papel que distintos actores pueden tener en el desarrollo de una disciplina autónoma, al tiempo que interactúan con otros actores en diversas jurisdicciones.

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Parise, A. (2019). John H. Wigmore (1863-1943): un mosaico que ilustra sobre el desarrollo del estudio comparado de la historia del derecho. Derecho PUCP, (82), 205-238. https://doi.org/10.18800/derechopucp.201901.007