a school of economists that arose in Germany in the 19th century in reaction to the principles of the classical economists, and that maintained that the factors making up an economy are variable and develop out of social institutions.
Law. the school of jurists who maintain that law is not to be regarded so much as resulting from commands of sovereigns as from historical and social circumstances.
a group of 19th-century German economists who maintained that modern economies evolved from historical institutions
the school of jurists maintaining that laws are based on social and historical circumstances rather than made by a sovereign power
noun 1. the sociological study of the origins and development of societies and of other social phenomena that seeks underlying laws and principles.
- Historic episcopate
noun 1. (Christian Church) the derivation of the episcopate of a Church in historic succession from the apostles
[hi-stawr-uh-sahyz, -stor-] /hɪˈstɔr əˌsaɪz, -ˈstɒr-/ verb (used without object), historicized, historicizing. 1. to interpret something as a product of historical development. verb (used with object), historicized, historicizing. 2. to narrate as history; render .
[hi-stawr-uh-siz-uh m, -stor-] /hɪˈstɔr əˌsɪz əm, -ˈstɒr-/ noun 1. a theory that history is determined by immutable laws and not by human agency. 2. a theory that all cultural phenomena are historically determined and that historians must study each period without imposing any personal or absolute value system. 3. a profound or excessive respect for […]