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Author Moule, Gregory S., author

Title Corporate jurisdiction, academic heresy, and fraternal correction at the University of Paris, 1200-1400 / by Gregory S. Moule
Published Boston : Brill, 2016

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Series Education and Society in the Middle Ages and Renaissance
Education and society in the Middle Ages and Renaissance.
Contents Preface; Acknowledgments; Abbreviations; Chapter 1 Introduction; The Foulechat Controversy; The Monteson Controversy; The Factors Affecting the Faculty's Jurisdiction; Medieval Concepts of Jurisdiction; Corporate Theory and the Faculty of Theology; The Role of the Bachelors in the Faculty; Conclusion; Chapter 2 The Early History of the Faculty of Theology: Evidence for the Model of Bishop and Chapter in the Faculty; The Office of the Chancellor; The Office of the Dean; The Chancellor and the Masters: Their Relations; Conclusion
Chapter 3 The Corporate Development of the Faculty of TheologyThe Conflict of 1219-1228; The Right to Make Statutes; The Model and the Secular-Mendicant Controversy; Conclusion; Chapter 4 Jurisdiction and the Cathedral Chapter: Gratian and the Decretists; The Model of Shared Jurisdiction: The Contribution of Gratian; The Model of Shared Jurisdiction: The Contribution ofthe Decretists; Conclusion; Chapter 5 Jurisdiction of the Cathedral Chapter: Episcopus Nullius and Irrefragabili; The Contributions of Johannes Teutonicus, Vincentius Hispanus, and Damasus; The Contribution of Goffredus de Trano
The Contribution of Innocent IVBernard of Parma and the Ordinary Gloss; The Contribution of Hostiensis; The Contribution of Johannes Andreae; The Distribution of Jurisdiction within the Chapter; The Crime of Heresy and the Jurisdiction of the Chapter; Conclusion; Chapter 6 Jurisdiction, Procedure, and the Censure of Academic Heresy in the Faculty of Theology; Jean Gerson and the Censure of Heresy; The Canon Law of Heresy and the Jurisdiction of the Faculty of Theology; The Roles of the Dean and the Chancellor in the Censure of Academic Heresy
The Role of Outside Agents in the Censure of Academic HeresyThe Investigative Process in Faculty and Chapter; Conclusion; Chapter 7 The Debate over the Jurisdiction of the Faculty of Theology; John of Monteson and the Theological Faculty's Jurisdiction; The Tractatus, or Apologia, of Pierre d'Ailly; Analysis of the Tractatus, or, Apologia; The Arguments from Papal Privilege and Human Law; The Argument from Divine Law; The Argument from Custom; The Role of Custom in the Legal System; The Territorial Scope of the Faculty's Jurisdiction; D'Ailly's Response to Monteson
Evaluation of d'Ailly's ArgumentThe Chronological Development of the Faculty's Jurisdiction; Conclusion; Chapter 8 Judas, Monteson, and Fraternal Correction at Paris; Fraternal Correction and the Parisian Faculty of Theology; The Sources of Fraternal Correction; Fraternal Correction in the Process of Censure at Paris; Judas, Fraternal Correction, and the Parisian Faculty of Theology; The Treatment of Judas by Christ at the Last Supper; The Rule of Augustine and Fraternal Correction; Conclusion; Chapter 9 Fraternal Correction and Its Role in Academic Censure at the University of Paris
Summary In Corporate Jurisdiction, Academic Heresy, and Fraternal Correction at the University of Paris, 1200-1400, Gregory S. Moule explains how the theological faculty acquired independent jurisdiction over cases of academic heresy among its membership. He convincingly demonstrates that the faculty's jurisdiction and procedures were modelled on the pattern of a bishop and his cathedral canons. Gregory S. Moule's analysis of Pierre D'Ailly's Apologia confirms the faculty's jurisdiction and establishes that the censures of Denis Foulechat and John of Monteson were instances of judicial rather than fraternal correction. Medieval discussions of Judas Iscariot further clarify fraternal correction's role in the process of censure. Canon law, corporate theory, scholastic theology, and biblical commentary are employed to produce a wide-ranging, original, and thought-provoking study
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index
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Subject Université de Paris. Faculté de théologie -- History -- To 1500
Université de Paris. Faculté de théologie.
Church and college -- France -- Paris -- History -- To 1500
Academic freedom -- France -- Paris -- History -- To 1500
Education, Medieval -- France -- Paris
RELIGION -- Christian Theology -- Systematic.
RELIGION -- Christianity -- General.
Academic freedom.
Church and college.
Education, Medieval.
France -- Paris.
Genre/Form History.
Form Electronic book
LC no. 2016007875
ISBN 9789004311336
9004311335