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Author Nold, Patrick.

Title Marriage advice for a Pope : John XXII and the power to dissolve / by Patrick Nold
Published Leiden ; Boston : Brill, 2009
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Description 1 online resource (xcviii, 206 pages)
Series Medieval law and its practice, 1873-8176 ; v. 3
Medieval law and its practice ; v. 3
Contents Preface; Abbreviations; PART ONE INTRODUCTION; 1. The runaway spouse joins a religious order: an inexplicable exception; 2. The holdout husband takes up a holy order: an unresolved argument; 3. A triptych of consultation: marriage, poverty, magic; 4. Introducing the experts; 5. Conclusion; 6. Post-scriptum; 7. Manuscript description; 8. Ratio editionis; PART TWO EDITION; I. Dicta fratris Vitalis de Furno; II. Dicta fratris Bertrandi de Turre; III. Dicta eiusdem domini Cardinalis; IV. Dicta domini Gaucelmi Iohannis; V. Dicta domini Bertrandi de Monte Faventino
Summary Reconstructs the scholastic arguments about marital indissolubility and papal power that lay behind John XXII's 1322 constitution Antique Concertationi. This book illustrates the relationship between canon law and theology, and the tensions between papal authority and academic expertise, that animated a controversial pontificate
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references (pages (189]-196) and indexes
Notes Text chiefly in Latin; introduction in English
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Subject John XXII, Pope, -1334.
Impediments to marriage (Canon law) -- History.
Marriage -- Annulment (Canon law) -- History.
Monasticism and religious orders (Canon law) -- History.
Genre/Form History.
Form Electronic book
LC no. 2008041964
ISBN 9004171118 (cloth)
9047424425 (electronic bk.)
9789004171114 (cloth)
9789047424420 (electronic bk.)