The Avignon Papacy Contested
Harvard University Press, 21 Ağu 2017 - 288 sayfa
Unn Falkeid considers the work of six fourteenth-century writers who waged literary war against the Avignon papacy’s increasing claims of supremacy over secular rulers—a conflict that engaged contemporary critics from every corner of Europe. She illuminates arguments put forth by Dante, Petrarch, William of Ockham, Catherine of Siena, and others.
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Dantes Paradiso VI and the Monarchia
2 Marsilius of Padua and the Question of Legitimacy
3 Individual Freedom in William of Ockhams Breviloquium
4 Petrarch Cola di Rienzo and the Battle of Rome
Birgitta of Sweden and the Revelaciones
6 Catherine of Siena and the Mystical Body of the Church
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