canon law

Reformation of canon law during the european middle ages (xi-xiii centuries): historical and legal analysis

The article highlights the historical and legal aspects of the formation and reformation of church and canon law in Europe in the 11th-13th centuries. It is emphasized that medieval church and canon law remains not only the main source of religious law, but also a key element of modern secular legal systems, and the conceptual ideas and conclusions of medieval canonists remain embodied in the tradition of common law in the English-speaking world and the legal heritage of the countries of continental Europe.

Нeuristics of canon law: problems of spiritual pedagogy

In canon law as a branch of philosophy of law, a special introduction to it, the relevance begins with the ontological interpretation of the problems of insightful contemplation of metaphysical theology. These problems arise in practical life, then begin again in lectures, continue in seminars and do not end in practical life. The quality of solving these problems is controlled by selected sciences, in particular spiritual pedagogy. The pedagogical activity of spiritual control is headed by the Church. Insight into metaphysical theology stems from Scripture and Sacred Tradition.

The place of polemical and pedagogical phenomena in the field of canon law

The scientific article reflects the possibility of using various transcendental and existential issues of dogmatic theology in canon law. The modern world is intellectually saturated with various polemical phenomena in the field of supernatural knowledge. This knowledge needs to be annoyed by preschoolers, pupils and students, but the presence of different opinions creates difficulties for the teacher. For this purpose, certain pedagogical laws are used, which contribute to the formation of canon law. In particular, educational phenomena have given rise to relevant pedagogical laws.

Contradicting essence of movement: natural and legal motivation

The article examines the natural and legal motivation of the contradictory nature of the movement. Based on the laws of mechanics, natural law is substantiated and it is proved that it always needs to be verified with natural laws. The above author’s definition presents the metaphysical unity of physics, philosophy, logic and canon law, which contributes to the ontological solution of the problems of contradictory movement in law. The dynamics of world laws of nature have an impact on human anthropology, which would not otherwise be called the microworld.