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The crime of abortion in canon law; an historical synopsis and commentary,

Author: Roger John Huser
Publisher: Washington, D.C., The Catholic University of America Press, 1942.
Dissertation: J.C.D. Catholic University of America 1942
Series: Catholic university of America.; Canon law studies
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Material Type: Thesis/dissertation
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Roger John Huser
OCLC Number: 14733527
Notes: "Biographical note": p. 177.
Description: xii, 187 pages.
Contents: Part One: Historical synopsis --
I. Ancient laws --
1. Oriental laws --
2. Greek laws --
3. Jewish laws --
4. Roman laws --
II. Patristic writings and early conciliar legislation --
1. Patristic writings --
2. Early conciliar legislation --
Introduction --
Council of Elvira --
Council of Ancyra --
Canons of St. Basil --
Council of Lerida --
Canons of St. Martin of Braga --
Trullan Synod --
III. Canonical collections up to the twelfth century --
1. Collections in the Eastern Church --
Greek collections --
Armenian and Syrian collections --
2. Collections in the Western church through the ninth century --
Italian collections --
African collections --
Spanish collections --
Frankish collections --
3. Collections in the Western church from the tenth to the twelfth century --
Regino of Prum --
Burchard of Worms --
Ivo of Chartres --
IV. Legislation from Gratian to Pope Gregory IX --
1. Gratian and the Decretists --
A. The Decretum of Gratian --
Gratian's teaching regarding abortion --
Gratian's teaching regarding homicide --
B. The Decretists --
C. The Glossa Ordinaria --
2. The Decretals before Gregory IX --
A. Compilatio I --
B. Compilatio IV --
V. From the Decretals of Gregory IX up to the Council of Trent --
1. The Decretals of Pope Gregory IX --
2. Teaching of the Decretalists --
Regarding abortion --
Regarding homicide --
3. The time of animation --
Summary of Decretal law --
4. Conciliar laws --
Particular councils --
The Council of Trent --
VI. From Sixtus V (1588) to the Code of Canon Law --
1. From Sixtus V to Pius IX --
A. Object of the crime --
B. Subject of the crime --
To procure abortion --
To co-operate in abortion --
C. Penalties for the crime --
irregularity --
Excommunication --
2. From Pius IX to the Code of Canon Law --
A. "Procurantes" --
Notion of "Procurare" --
What persons are called "Procurantes"? --
Mandantes --
Cooperatores et Mandatarii --
B. "Abortum" --
C. "Effectu Secuto." Part Two: Canonical commentary --
VII. Explanation of "to procure" abortion --
1. The technical meaning of "to procure" --
2. Intention and efficacious means --
3. Further observations regarding the "procuring of abortion" --
VIII. Definition and explanation of abortion --
1. Abortion defined --
2. Meaning of "ejection" --
Refers to entire physical process of abortion --
Final ejection need not be spontaneous --
3. Meaning of "fetus" --
True fetus --
Living fetus --
Human fetus --
4. Meaning of "immature" fetus --
Differentiation between abortion and premature birth --
immaturity, absolute or relative? --
Practical norm for determining viability --
IX. Explanation of "Effectu Secuto" --
Abortion must actually occur --
Abortion must result from the means employed --
Certitude --
X. Embryotomy and removal of ectopic fetus --
1. Embryotomy (Craniotomy) --
2. Removal of an ectopic fetus --
XI. Persons involved in the crime of abortion --
1. Pre-code controversy regarding the mother --
A. From Pope Sixtus V to Pope Pius IX --
B. From Pope Pius IX to the Code of Canon Law --
2. Complicity and co-operation in abortion --
A. Regarding the censure --
Co-agents incur the censure --
Necessary co-operators incur the censure --
Untenable opinions regarding co-operation --
B. Regarding irregularity --
XII. The results which Ipso Facto follow upon the crime of abortion.
Series Title: Catholic university of America.; Canon law studies
Responsibility: by Roger John Huser ...

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