PROPERTY IN LAND AND POWER OVER POPULATION (TO THE QUESTION OF DIFFERENCES BETWEEN EAST AND WEST)
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Date of publication
25.05.2018
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2018
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2618-7302
PROPERTY IN LAND AND POWER OVER POPULATION (TO THE QUESTION OF DIFFERENCES BETWEEN EAST AND WEST)
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It is commonly assumed that the social structure of Medieval Western Europe differed from conditions in the traditional countries of the East because different forms of landed property dominated: in Europe, private ownership; in Asian empires, state property. The author argues that private property in Europe ripened gradually only towards the end of Middle Ages. In the East power-ownership prevailed, hindering the development of private property due to a different regard to law; here, neither private nor state land rights were enshrined in legislation.
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Leonid Alaev
Senior Research Fellow of the Department of Oriental History of the Institute of Oriental Studies of the Russian Academy of Sciences
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