Corruption in the Ancien Régime: Systems-theoretical Considerations on Normative Plurality

@article{Grne2013CorruptionIT,
  title={Corruption in the Ancien R{\'e}gime: Systems-theoretical Considerations on Normative Plurality},
  author={Niels Gr{\"u}ne and Tom T{\"o}lle},
  journal={Journal of Modern European History},
  year={2013},
  volume={11},
  pages={31 - 51}
}
Corruption in the Ancien Régime. Systems-theoretical Considerations on Normative Plurality This paper explores how systems theory may help to frame early modern corruption more precisely. With particular attention to the issue of Normenkonkurrenz, it explains disputes over officeholding through the interplay of social structure and semantics. On the model level, we add the social obligations of stratified societies to the normative references used in corruption cases. Then the analysis turns to… Expand

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