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by Walter Ullmann

eBook A Short History of the Papacy in the Middle Ages (University paperbacks) ePub
Author: Walter Ullmann
Language: English
ISBN: 0416086500
ISBN13: 978-0416086508
Publisher: Methuen young books (January 13, 1972)
Pages: 390
Subcategory: History
Rating: 4.4
Votes: 150
Formats: mobi mbr lit doc
ePub file: 1840 kb
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For Ullmann, the history of the papacy is dominated by two concepts: the relationship between . Has helped me understand the role of the papacy in developing a kind of symbolic governmental practice through the Middle Ages.

For Ullmann, the history of the papacy is dominated by two concepts: the relationship between the papacy and Constantinople (which Ullmann casts as the conflict between an ideological and an historical approach, respectively) and the increasing use of canon law to translate papal ideology in In the preface to his book, Walter Ullmann makes the claim that the history of the medieval papacy. is the history of an idea.

This classic text outlines the development of the Papacy as an institution in the Middle Ages. With profound knowledge, insight and sophistication, Walter Ullmann traces the course of papal history from the late Roman Empire to its eventual decline in the Renaissance

This classic text outlines the development of the Papacy as an institution in the Middle Ages. With profound knowledge, insight and sophistication, Walter Ullmann traces the course of papal history from the late Roman Empire to its eventual decline in the Renaissance. The focus lies on the institution of the papacy rather than on the lives of individual popes.

With profound knowledge, insight and sophistication, Walter Ullmann traces the course of papal history from the late Roman Empire to. .This classic text outlines the development of the Papacy as an institution in the Middle Ages.

With profound knowledge, insight and sophistication, Walter Ullmann traces the course of papal history from the late Roman Empire to its eventual decline in the Renaissance.

The transpersonal idea, Ullmann argues, sprang from Christianity itself and led to the Papacy as an institution sui generis. Format Paperback 412 pages. Dimensions 133 x 197 x 2. 5mm 499g. Publication date 01 Mar 2003.

Originally I embarked upon this novel attempt with great trepidation, but have been gratified and encouraged by the reception of the book in scholarly circles and in the student population. No changes in substance are called for, but I have taken the opportunity of eliminating a few misprints and of correcting a few minor matters.

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His most successful book was The Growth of Papal Government in the Middle Ages, which deals with the relationship between secular and ecclesiastical . A Short History of the Papacy in the Middle Ages (1972).

His most successful book was The Growth of Papal Government in the Middle Ages, which deals with the relationship between secular and ecclesiastical power in medieval times. Innsbruck University awarded him an honorary doctorate in political science. The Medieval Idea of Law as Represented by Lucas de Penna: A Study in Fourteenth-Century Legal Scholarship. Origins of the Great Schism: A Study in fourteenth-century Ecclesiastical History (1972). The Future of Medieval History: An Inaugural Lecture. Law and Politics in the Middle Ages.

development of the Papacy as an institution in the Middle Ages . The transpersonal idea, Ullmann argues, sprang from Christianity itself and led to the Papacy as an institution sui.

Nejind
While Ullmann's interpretation of the papacy's development is far too "Teutonic" and reductionist, The ride through history which he provides is splendid. He provides many useful historical details without getting bogged down in minor details. This book is best for the very serious student of the papacy and probably a bit too academic for the simply curious. For the general reader, Eamon Duffy's Saints & Sinners is the best papal history in English without question.
Ueledavi
I first came across the late professor Ullman's work when studing in the Seminary,so reading this work was like visiting an old friend. Ullman sets forth an argument that the 'papacy' developed out of the move by Constantine the Great from Rome to Byzantium, thus creating an Eastern and a Western Empire. The gap left in the West was filled by the Bishop of Rome, thus creating Caesaro-papism. While few could argue with Ullman's erudition,there may be a lack of attention given to the witness of some early Fathers of the Church in support of Roman Primacy. The real focus in this wonderful; book is the great battle of Church and State and the role played by significant players, such as Gregory the Great and Innocent the 111. Incidents such as Canossa and the sutuggle over 'lay investiture' make this a compelling read for any lover of history.
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