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Repression of heresy in medieval Germany
|Series||The Middle ages|
|LC Classifications||BR854 .K53 1979|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, 161 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||161|
|LC Control Number||78065112|
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An Anniversary Collection volume. 2 Heresy and Repression in the High Middle Ages (pp. ) While Germany was politically dominant during the high Middle Ages, it was not the.
Gerald Strauss; Repression of Heresy in Medieval Germany. By Richard Kieckhefer. The Middle Ages. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, : Gerald Strauss.
Richard Kieckhefer. The Repression of Heresy in Medieval Germany. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, Pp. xiv, Must read. A classic on medieval heresy. Thesis: Kieckhefer's work deals with the repression of heresy in medieval Germany from c. 11th century to Rather than adhering to an older historiography which.
His texts spread rapidly, they were preached to the people and translated into German, and helped to build the fear of heresy, anti-clericalism and disobedience in the years of Repression of heresy in medieval Germany book Great Western Schism.
This book is the first full-length study on Zwicker and his significance to the history of heresy and its repression. Heresy had social, cultural and political implications in the Middle Ages, and countering heresy was often a central component in the development of orthodoxy.
This series publishes work on heresy, and the repression of heresy, from late antiquity to the Reformation, including monographs, collections of essays, and editions of texts. Repression of heresy in medieval Germany. [Richard Kieckhefer] Home.
WorldCat Home About WorldCat Help. Search. Search for Library Items Search for Lists Search for Contacts Search for a Library. Create Book\/a>, schema:CreativeWork\/a> ; \u00A0\u00A0\u00A0\n library. Repression of Heresy in Medieval Germany (Middle Ages Series) First Edition Kieckhefer, Richard Published by University of Pennsylvania Press ().
The New Cambridge Medieval History - by David Abulafia October Email your librarian or administrator to recommend adding this book to your organisation's collection. The New Cambridge Medieval History. Volume 5: c–c Kieckhefer, R. (), The repression of heresy in medieval Germany, Liverpool.
This concise and balanced survey of heresy and inquisition in the Middle Ages examines the dynamic interplay between competing medieval notions of Christian observance, tracing the escalating confrontations between piety, reform, dissent.
Heresy in Late Medieval Germany Book Description: In the final years of the fourteenth century, waves of persecution shattered German-speaking Waldensian communities, with the scale of inquisitions matching or even greater than the better-known trials in southern France.
Ravenhall Books, ISBN: pp [Publisher Brochure pdf ] Janet & Bernard Hamilton & Yuri Stoyanov, Christian Dualist Heresies in the Byzantine World c - c Manchester & New York: Manchester University Press, Repression of Heresy in Medieval Germany. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, ISBN.
Texts and the Repression of Heresy: Introduction / Caterina Bruschi and Peter Biller ; 2. Heresy and Society: On the Political Function of Heresy in the Medieval World / Alexander Patschovsky ; 3. The Construction of Orthodoxy and the (De)construction of Heretical Attacks on the Eucharist in Pastoralia from Peter the Chanter's Circle in Paris /.
Abstract. Amodern History of Medieval Heresy, reduced to the back of a large postage stamp, says n about and there are a scatter of reports of heresy in France, north-western Italy, Germany and perhaps Hungary, followed by silence for about fifty years – a period when the reforming Gregorian papacy may have sucked into itself whatever radicalism may Cited by: 1.
Lambert's book was written to serve as a text book for a course on heresies during the middle age. Overall it does an outstanding job of explaining how the Cathar, Huss, Lollard, Waldensian and several other Malcolm Lambert's Medieval Heresy: Popular Movements from the Gregorian Reform to the Reformation is unquestionably an excellent book/5.
His publications include European Witch Trials: Their Foundations in Popular and Learned Culture, (), Repression of Heresy in Medieval Germany (), Unquiet Souls: Fourteenth-Century Saints and Their Religious Milieu (), and Magic in. Konrad von Marburg (sometimes anglicised as Conrad of Marburg) ( – 30 July ) was a medieval German priest and nobleman.
He was. During the thirteenth century there is amplification, for example the decretal forms part of the section on heresy in Gregory IX's Five Books of the Decretals.
The chapter explains a more direct description of the two major heresies of the period, those of the Cathars and the Waldensians, while continuing to use the church's by: 2. Heresy in transition: transforming ideas of heresy in medieval and early modern Europe / Published: () The war on Heresy / by: Moore, R.
Published: (). In Defining Heresy, Irene Bueno investigates the theories and practices of anti-heretical repression in the first half of the fourteenth century, focusing on the figure of Jacques Fournier/Benedict XII (c).Throughout his career as a bishop-inquisitor in Languedoc, theologian, and, eventually, pope at Avignon, Fournier made a multi-faceted contribution to the Author: Irene Bueno.
Inquisitions of heresy have long fascinated both specialists and non-specialists. A Companion to Heresy Inquisitions presents a synthesis of the immense amount of scholarship generated about these institutions in recent years. The volume offers an overview of many of the most significant areas of heresy inquisitions, both medieval and early modern.
The War on Heresy is the most recent of R. Moore’s writings on medieval heresy and repression, which have been appearing since The most important are the anthology of translated texts entitled The Birth of Popular Heresy, The Origins of European Dissent, and The Formation of a Persecuting Society: Power and Deviance in Western.
The Detection of Heresy in Late Medieval England Ian Forrest Oxford, The final section of the book looks at the implementation of all this machinery of repression, and does so by reading across various fifteenth-century trials and, in the final chapter, focussing upon the diocese of Lincoln, through extensive use of unpublished episcopal.
His publications include European Witch Trials: Their Foundations in Popular and Learned Culture, – (), Repression of Heresy in Medieval Germany (), Unquiet Souls: Fourteenth-Century Saints and Their Religious Milieu (), and Magic in the Middle Ages ().Brand: Penn State University Press.
His published books include European Witch Trials (Routledge & Kegan Paul; ), Repression of Heresy in Medieval Germany (Pennsylvania, ), Unquiet Souls (Chicago, ), Magic in the Middle Ages (Cambridge, ), Forbidden Rites (Sutton and Penn State, ), and Theology in Stone (Oxford, ).
A theme underlying much of his research. Heresy in Christianity denotes the formal denial or doubt of a core doctrine of the Christian faith as defined by one or more of the Christian churches. In Western Christianity, heresy most commonly refers to those beliefs which were declared to be anathema by any of the ecumenical councils recognized by the Catholic Church.
The Brethren of the Free Spirit were adherents of a loose set of beliefs deemed heretical by the Catholic Church but held (or at least believed to be held) by some Christians, especially in the Low Countries, Germany, France, Bohemia and northern Italy. Heresy and Authority in Medieval Europe(Edward Peters, ).
A History of Medieval Heresy and Inquisition(Jennifer Deane, ). Repression of Heresy in Medieval Germany(Richard Kieckhefer, ). Heresy is any belief or theory that is strongly at variance with established beliefs or customs, in particular the accepted beliefs of a church or religious organization.
A heretic is a proponent of such claims or beliefs. Heresy is distinct from both apostasy, which is the explicit renunciation of one's religion, principles or cause, and blasphemy, which is an impious utterance or action.
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from: $ The Ten Pound Immigrants. Richard Kieckhefer is Professor of Religion and History at Northwestern University and an acknowledged expert on medieval magic and witchcraft. His publications include European Witch Trials: Their Foundations in Popular and Learned Culture, (), Repression of Heresy in Medieval Germany (), Unquiet Souls: Fourteenth-Century 4/5().
His publications include European Witch Trials: Their Foundations in Popular and Learned Culture, – (), Repression of Heresy in Medieval Germany (), Unquiet Souls: Fourteenth-Century Saints and Their Religious Milieu (), and Magic in /5(3).
Inquisition and Power reformulates the historiography of heresy and the inquisition by focusing on depositions taken from the Cathars, a religious sect that opposed the Catholic church and took root in southern France during the twelfth century.
Despite the fact that these depositions were spoken in the vernacular, but recorded in Latin in the. Power and Purity explores the place of cathar heresy in the life of the medieval Italian town of Orvieto.
Based on extensive archival research, it details the social makeup of the Cathar community and argues that the heresy was central to the 5/5(1). In the great British medievalist Richard William Southern published his book Western Society and the Church in the Middle Ages.A volume in the "Penguin History of the Church" series, it served for over four decades as the standard survey on the relationship between Christianity and the medieval world/5.
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The Repression of Heresy in Medieval Germany. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, Pp. xiv, Must read? A classic on medieval heresy. Thesis: Kieckhefer’s work deals with the repression of heresy in medieval Germany from c. 11th century to Rather than adhering to an older historiography which argues that the.