2016
DOI: 10.23854/07192568.2016121martin121
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Abstract: The Catholic Iberian Monarchy of Spain, arises as an authentic, classic form of what is state, which sought its reason to exist in the common good and in justice under the Romanized formulas that alluded to "the Republic of our Kingdoms" and "of these Kingdoms". It was a model for other nearby monarchies, that was understood as a corporation, as a universitas, which sought the objectification and centralisation of power, the rationalisation of means and a valid, territorial legal founding for all the subjects … Show more

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