Jean Gerson, Apostle of Unity: His Church Politics and Ecclesiology
BRILL, 1999 - 435 pages
The first part of this study on the famous chancellor of the Paris University, contains a chronological survey of Gerson's position in the development of the church-politics of his days. It is shown how he became a convinced adherent of a conciliar solution of the Western schism, without betraying the idea of the Church as hierarchical entity. In the second part his ecclesiological ideas are treated more systematically. Gerson's critical attitude towards canon lawyers and papal absolutism is examined, followed by an analysis of the background of his ideas about the Church as hierarchy and as mystical body, his conciliar thought, his concept of tradition, and his sources. The author tries to make clear that Gerson, far from being a radical, rather should be considered as a careful and conservative theologian. The book comprises a revised and extended version of an originally in Dutch written thesis, for which the author was awarded the Mallinckrodt-prize of the University of Groningen.
Avis des internautes - Rédiger un commentaire
Aucun commentaire n'a été trouvé aux emplacements habituels.
Chapter Two First years as Chancellor of the University
Chapter Three On the basis of substraction 13981403
Chapter Four Obedience restored 14031406
Chapter Five On the way to the Council of Pisa
Chapter Six Gerson and the Council of Pisa 1409
Chapter Seven From Pisa to the Council of Constance
Chapter Nine Church Hierarchy and General Council
already animae appears argued argument authority believers Benedict bishops body called canon law canonists cardinals cause Chapter Christ Church cited clear concept concerned concilii cons considered Constance continued council d'Ailly decision defended detail discussions distinction divine doctors Duke Dupin Dupin II eccl ecclesiae ecclesiastical election example fact faith Finally France Gerson give given hand Henry hierarchy idea important interpretation Jean John King later letter means nature never obedience Ockham once opinion papa papal Paris particular Peter Pierre Pope positive potest princes quae quam question quod reason reference regarded resign Rome rule Schism Scriptures seems sense sermon spiritual substraction sunt taken theology thought tion tradition treatise true truths unity University Valois vita whole wish
Tous les résultats Google Recherche de Livres »
Esthétique et pouvoir de l'oeuvre allégorique à l'époque de Charles VI ...
Affichage d'extraits - 2005