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Author Grice, Deborah, 1950- author

Title Church, society and university : the Paris Condemnation of 1241/4 / Deborah Grice
Published Abingdon, Oxon ; New York, NY : Routledge, 2020
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Series Studies in medieval history and culture
Studies in medieval history and culture
Contents The condemnation -- The ten articles -- Causes and influences -- Evaluation of influences
Summary "In 1241/4 the theology masters at the university at Paris with their chancellor, Odo of Chateauroux, mandated by their bishop, William of Auvergne, met to condemn ten propositions against theological truth. This book represents the first comprehensive examination of what hitherto has been a largely ignored instrument in a crucial period of the university's early maturation. However, the book's ambition goes wider than this. The condemnation provides a window through which to view the wider doctrinal, intellectual, institutional and historical developments within the emerging university. These include the advent of the Dominicans and Franciscans at the university; and the developing focus of Paris theologians on using their learning for preaching at a time of a rapid and sometimes divergent development of doctrine and concerns over the newly-translated Aristotelian and associated Arab and Jewish works, heresy, the Greek Church and the Jews. The book compares the condemnation's ten articles with the major statement of Catholic principles in the first canon of the Fourth Lateran Council, 1215, and assesses what conclusions can be drawn from their apparent correlation"-- Provided by publisher
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index
Notes After an initial degree in classics at Oxford University, Deborah Grice had a career in the UK Home Civil Service. She then pursued an MA at Kings College London in Late Antique and Byzantine Studies and a doctorate in medieval history at Oxford University - a gradual progression forward through history. After completing her PhD in 2017 she has continued her research in the field of medieval history, in particular forbidden ideas and academic heresy, including presenting papers at international conferences and participating in workshops
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Subject Catholic Church -- Doctrines -- History
Université de Paris -- History -- To 1500
Catholic Church.
Université de Paris.
Lateran Council (4th : 1215 : Palazzo Lateranense)
Lateran Council.
Theology -- Study and teaching -- Catholic Church -- History -- To 1500
Theology -- Study and teaching -- France -- Paris -- History -- To 1500
Theology, Doctrinal -- History -- Middle Ages, 600-1500
HISTORY / General
Theology -- Study and teaching -- Catholic Church.
Theology -- Study and teaching.
Theology, Doctrinal -- Middle Ages.
Theology, Doctrinal.
France -- Paris.
Genre/Form History.
Form Electronic book
LC no. 2019981111
ISBN 0429202369
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0429514417
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9780429510984
9780429514418
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