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Papal Monarchy The Western Church from 1050 to 1250

ISBN-10: 0198269250

ISBN-13: 9780198269250

Edition: 1989 (Reprint)

Authors: Colin Morris

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The two centuries covered in this volume were among the most creative in the history of the Church. Colin Morris charts the emergence of much that is considered characteristic of European culture and religion, including universities and commercial cities, the crusades, the friars, chivalry, marriage, and church architecture. In all these developments, the Roman Church played an important and often fundamental role. A re-evaluation of that role is now particularly apt given the dissolution of Christendom in its old form witnessed by today's generation.
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Book details

List price: $85.00
Copyright year: 1989
Publisher: Oxford University Press, Incorporated
Publication date: 8/22/1991
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 696
Size: 6.25" wide x 9.50" long x 1.50" tall
Weight: 2.860
Language: English

Robin Attfield is Professor of Philosophy at Cardiff University, where he has taught philosophy since 1968. He has also served as Visiting Lecturer in Philosophy, University of Ife, Nigeria (1972-3), Inter-University Council Visiting Lecturer in Philosophy, University of Nairobi, Kenya, 1975, and National Research Council (Republic of South Africa) Visiting Research Fellow (July/August 1999). He has written the following books: 'God and The Secular: A Philosophical Assessment of Secular Reasoning from Bacon to Kant' (1978 and 1993), 'The Ethics of Environmental Concern' (1983 and 1991), 'A Theory of Value and Obligation' (1987), 'Environmental Philosophy: Principles and Prospects' (1994), 'Value, Obligation and Meta-Ethics' (1995), 'The Ethics of the Global Environment' (1999), 'Environmental Ethics: An Overview for the Twenty-First Century (2003 and 2014), 'Creation, Evolution and Meaning' (2006), and 'Ethics: An Overview' (2012). He is the joint editor of 'Values, Conflict and the Environment' (1989 and 1996), of 'International Justice and the Third World' (1992), and of 'Philosophy and the Natural Environment' (1994), and the editor of 'The Ethics of the Environment' (2008).Colin Morris is Professor of Medieval History at the University of Southampton and Supernumary Fellow of Pembroke College, Oxford.

The Papal Reform Movement and the Conflict with the Empire (c. 1046-1122): Christian Society in the Middle of the Eleventh Century
The Pattern of Social Change
Monastic Growth and Change
The Papal Reform (1046-1073)
The Discord of Empire and Papacy (1073-1099)
Greeks and Saracens
The Conflict Renewed: The Question of Investiture (1099-1122)
The Growth of Christendom: The Roman Church and the Empire in the Twelfth Century
The Government of the Church in the Twelfth Century
The New Monastic Orders
The Christian Frontier
The Message of the Churches
Christianity and Social Ideas
Dissent
The Formulation of Faith
Property, Privilege, and Law
The Thirteenth Century: The Pontificate of Innocent III (1198-1216)
Friars, Beguines, and the Action Against Heresy
Proclaiming the Faith
Reason and Hope in a Changing World
The Structure of Government
The Roman Church and the Lay Power in the Thirteenth Century
Conclusions