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The need to rethink the epistemological statute of the history of law takes us to the need to go back to three fundamental aspects: being the memory of jurists (and of law); being a special history of texts; and lastly, being a juridical discourse of essential importance in the orientation of its studies. From the perspective of this aspect in particular, there is an expectation to define the basic conditions that allow understanding the history of law as an autonomous discipline, without thisdoi:10.18046/prec.v0.1444 fatcat:zxfod7qsqnbzdd3uhv3d3kgphy