This book comes out as a joint project between the Institute for Hispanic Studies in Modernity (IEHM) and the Spanish Province of the TOR of St. Francis. Since a systematic study of the dimensions of the various transmitters of the Lullian tradition from the fourteenth to the twentieth century was lacking, it is aimed to deepen the figure of the “Lullist” in history. It brings together sixty-six contributions, arranged in chronological order, from experts both in the work of Ramon Llull and in the history of Lullianism (in Catalan, Spanish, French, English, and Italian), and ends with an essay that attempts to rethink the categories of the “Lullist”.
Rafael Ramis Barceló holds degrees in Law, Philosophy, Comparative Literature, Political Science and Sociology and a PhD in Law from Pompeu Fabra University in Barcelona. He has been academic coordinator of the CMU Penyafort-Montserrat of the University of Barcelona. He has furthered his studies in London, Rome, Munich, Freiburg, and at the Max-Planck Institute for the History of European Law in Frankfurt. Since 2010 he is Professor of History of Law at the Universitat de les Illes Balears and in 2022 he took office as Professor of History of Law and Institutions at the same University.