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Ockham, the Conciliar theory, and the Canonists.
Originally published in the Journal of the history of ideas, 15, 1954.
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The doctrine that supreme authority in the Church lies with a *General Council. The movement associated with this theory culminated in the 15th cent., but the foundations of it were laid in the early years of the 13th, when canonists found difficulty in reconciling the increasing claims of Papal authority with the theoretical possibility of a heretical Pope. This book explores the canonistic theories especially with conciliar theory, of Church government formulated between Gratian's Decretum (c. ) and the Great Schism (). It is concerned with the juristic development of the fundamental conciliar doctrine, the assertion that the universal Church was superior to the Church of Rome, with a.
Author of Western Europe in the Middle Ages, , The crisis of church & state, , The Middle Ages, Western societies, Origins of papal infallibility, , Foundations of the conciliar theory, Western Societies, The Middle Ages, Volume II, Readings in Medieval History. Dr Tierney's book is an account of those canonistic theories of Church government which contributed to the growth of the conciliar theory, and which were formulated between Gratian's Decretum (c. ) and the Great Schism ().Price: $
The canonists did limit papal power in significant ways - the accusation of heresy was, the pope's Achilles heel6 - but historians have asked whether the canonists ever limited the pope in any practical way; heresy was hardly a realistic charge for a churchman to make if he opposed papal policy.7 The question is, did the canonists' definition. The twenty studies collected in this volume focus on the transition from the Middle Ages to the modern world. The method leads from technical investigations on William Durant the Younger (ca. ) and Hermann Conring () through reflection on the nature of historical knowledge to a break with historicism, an affirmation of anachronism, and a broad perspective .
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Ockham, the conciliar theory, and the Canonists. [Brian Tierney]. exploration of the sources of Ockham's thought in each different department of his work. 1 E. Jacob, " Ockham as a political thinker," Essays in the Conciliar Epoch (Manchester, ), at 2A list of works dealing with Ockham's political theory was given by P.
Hamman, La doctrine de l'eglise et de l'etat chez Occam (Paris, The most radical forms of the conciliar theory in the Middle Ages were found in the 14th-century writings of Marsilius of Padua, an Italian political philosopher who rejected the divine origin of the papacy, and William of Ockham, an English philosopher who taught that only the church as a whole—not an individual pope or even a council—is.
Conciliarism was a reform movement in the 14th- 15th- and 16th-century Catholic Church which held that supreme authority in the Church resided with an Ecumenical council, apart from, or even against, the movement emerged in response to the Western Schism between rival popes in Rome and schism inspired the summoning of the Council of Pisa.
A major problem which occupied thinkers in the later Middle Ages was the question of the internal structure of the Church and the proper interrelationship of its members. This book is an account of those canonistic theories of Church government which contributed to the growth of the conciliar theory, and which were formulated between Gratian's "Decretum" (c.
) and the and the Canonists. book. Other important works include BRIAN TIERNEY, OcKHom, THE CONCILIAR THEORY, AND THE CANONISTS () (assessing Ockham's influence on conciliarism) and BRIAN TIERNEY, THE CRISIS OF CHURCH AND STATE, () [hereinafter TIERNEY, THE CRISIS OF CHURCH AND STATE] (describing church-state relations from to ).
BRIAN. Takashi Shogimen, "From Disobedience to Toleration: William of Ockham and the Medieval Discourse on Fraternal Correction," Journal of Ecclesiastical History (): Brian Tierney, Ockham, the Conciliar Theory, and the Canonists. Facet Books.
Historical Series, 19 (Medieval). Fortress Press, Pbk. ISBN: Brian Tierney is the Bowmar Professor in Humanistic Studies Emeritus at Cornell University. A world authority on Western history and canon law, he has published a dozen books including Foundations of the Conciliar Theory: The Contributions of the Medieval Canonists from Gratian to the Great Schism; Origins of Papal Infallibility, A Study on the Concepts of.
Foundations Of The Conciliar Theory book. Read 2 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. A major problem which occupied thinkers in the l 4/5(2). Brian Tierney, Ockham, the Conciliar Theory and the Canonists (Philadelphia: Fortress Press, ).
Of Ockham’s polemical writings, only the Dialogus and the Octo Quaestiones survive in more than one manuscript copy; see Shogimen, Ockham and Political Discourse, 6.
• B. Tierney, “Ockham, the Conciliar Theory and the Canonists,” Journal of the History of Ideas 15 (), • P.V. Spade (ed.), The Cambridge Companion to Ockham (Cambridge: ). Add new comment. African Studies American Studies Ancient Near East and Egypt Art History Asian Studies Book History and Cartography Biblical Studies Classical Studies Education.
See ‘Ockham, the conciliar theory, and the canonists,’ 45–6. page 11 note 4 Rosarium seu in Decretorum Volumen Commentaria, VenetiisDist. 12 cc. 1, 2, fol. 15ra–15rb. page 11 note 5 Glossa Ordinaria ad Dist. 12 c. This book was first published in Walter Ullmann made substantial contributions to many areas of medieval studies, and to those of papal history and cannon law particularly, which have been distinguished by quality and quantity alike.
The bibliography of his published work included in this volume contains almost four hundred items. No less influential for generations of. 1 BrianTierney, ‘Ockham, the Conciliar Theory, and the Canonists’,Journal of the History of Ideas 15 () 2 I refer here to his three most important books:Foundations of the Conciliar Theory: The Contribution of the Medieval Canonists from Gratian to the Great Schism (Cambridge ), which was re-issued in an ‘enlarged new.
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The "conciliar theory" was an attempt to reconcile these fundamental insights. Some of its characteristic propositions began to be formulated in the works of the canonists of the age of innocent iii ( – ), a pope who exercised with unusual vigor all the judicial and legislative powers of his office.
The canonists in general warmly. William of Ockham's Early Theory of Property Rights in Context. Leiden: Brill. ISBN Schierbaum, Sonja ().
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Foundations of the conciliar theory; the contribution of the medieval canonists from Gratian to the Great Schism by Brian Tierney (Book) 40 editions published between and in English and held by 1, WorldCat member libraries worldwide.But the older traditions could be described, though at the risk of anachronism, as liberal (see Brian Tierney, The Foundations of Conciliar Theory (Cambridge, ; new edition )).
Liberal thinking in modern times builds on certain earlier ancient and medieval political ideas, which Ockham reasserted, defended and helped to perpetuate.The Bowmar Professor in Humanistic Studies Emeritus at Cornell University.
A world authority on Western history and canon law, he has published a dozen books including Foundations of the Conciliar Theory: The Contributions of the Medieval Canonists from Gratian to the Great Schism; Origins of Papal Infallibility, A Study on the Concepts of Infallibility, 4/5(1).