The church and sovereignty c. 590-1918 : essays in honour of Michael Wilks (Livre, 1991) [University of Maryland, College Park]
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The church and sovereignty c. 590-1918 : essays in honour of Michael Wilks

Auteur : Michael Wilks; Diana Wood
Éditeur: Oxford : Blackwell, 1991.
Collection: Studies in church history., Subsidia ;, 9.
Édition/format:   Livre imprimé : AnglaisVoir toutes les éditions et tous les formats
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A collection of essays by friends and colleagues of Michael Wilks which explores the nature of sovereignty, or supreme authority, and its location within the Church. Coverage ranges from Gregory the  Lire la suite...

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Genre/forme: Aufsatzsammlung
Bibliographie
Personne nommée: Michael Wilks
Type de document: Livre
Tous les auteurs / collaborateurs: Michael Wilks; Diana Wood
ISBN: 0631180427 9780631180425
Numéro OCLC: 246766234
Description: XX, 513 Seiten : Illustrationen.
Contenu: Introduction: Straight answers to the problem of sovereignty?, Diana Wood; Gregory the Great on kings - rulers and preachers in the commentary on I Kings, R.A. Markus; "Not Bishops' Bailiffs but Lords of the Earth" - Charles the Bald and the problem of sovereignty, Janet L. Nelson; sovereignty and tabu - evolution of the sanction against communication with excommunicates. Part 1: Gregory VII, Elizabeth Vodola; the site of king-making and consecration - Westminster Abbey and the crown in the 11th and 12th centuries, Emma Mason; the case of Bernard of Osma - royal influence and papal authority in the diocese of Osma, Charles Duggan; the election of Innocent III, Maria L. Taylor; Philip Augustus and John - two sons in Innocent III's vineyard?, Brenda M. Bolton; the Pope and the cities - anticlericalism and heresy in Innocent III's Italy, Diana M. Webb; the Jews, the law and the Church - the concept of Jewish serfdom in 13th century England, J.A. Watt; the Byzantine view of papal sovereignty, Donald M. Nicol; the Dominican political theory of John of Paris in its context, Janet Coleman; Francois de Meyronnes and hierarchy, David Luscombe; the Pope's right to elect his successor; the criterion of sovereignty?, Diana Wood; a state like any other? - the 14th-century papal patrimony through the eyes of Roman law jurists, Joseph Canning; somersaulting sovereignty - a note on reciprocal lordship and servitude in Wyclif, Arthur Stephen McGrade; the king and erring clergy - a Wyclifite contribution, Anne Hudson; the problem of subjection - the university of Toulouse, royalism and papalism in the France of Charles VI, R.N. Swanson; exponents of sovereignty - canonists as seen by theologians in the late middle ages, G.H.M. Posthumusmeyjes; political languages in later medieval Euorpe, Anthony Black; Eugenius IV, Cardinal Kemp and Archbishop Chichele - a reconsideration of the role of Antonio Caffarelli, Margaret Harvey; Augustinus de Ancona as a conciliar authority - the circulation of his summa in the shadow of the council of Basle, Katherine Walsh; Paridis de Puteo - a 15th-century civilian's concept of papal sovereignty, Diana Perr; papal authority and religious sentiment in the late Middle Ages, David L. d'Avaray; conciliarism, papalism and power, 1511-1518, J.H. Burns; the concilarism of John Mair - a note on a disputation on the authority of a council, James K. Cameron; monks, friars and the royal supremacy in 16th-century Yorkshire, Claire Cross; ius dictum est a iure possidendo - a note on Decretales, 5.40.12, Brian Tierney; the Venetian Mediterranean after the Council of Trent, A.D. Wright; collective sovereignty? - conscience in the gathered church c.1875-1918, Clyde Binfield; bibliography of the writings of Michael Wilks, Graham Gibbs, et al.
Titre de collection: Studies in church history., Subsidia ;, 9.
Responsabilité: ed. by Diana Wood.
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