The Smithfield Decretals are currently preserved in the British Library.
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I want to cross over to the other track, for a moment to think about the language of law and margins so as to provide a few “crossovers” for our topics.
Because what is at stake is too much: possession, property, ownership.
So, in this first game, there is something easy to do.
These games intend to foster literary creativity along with sound scholarship.
At the center of the debates, the linguistic expressions that mark the possibility of a fictio legis or legal fiction.
“In Tabula Picta Marta Madero turns to the extensive glosses and commentaries that medieval jurists dedicated to the above questions when articulating a notion of intellectual and artistic property radically different from our own.
Derrida was frequently interested in marginal writing, as we can see in La grammatologie, Marges de la Philosophie, or, of course, the infinitely labyrinthine Glas. None of these interventions can be read devoid of their physical, material aspect.
The cognitive intuition of the importance of the margin in the process of studying texts, empirically demonstrated by psychologists and pedagogues cited in the attached article, explains the reasons why the margin of books is a coveted space.
From: Gille Levenson, Matthias.