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Monarchy and Community: Political Ideas in the Later Conciliar Controversy

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A study of political ideas in the conflict between the Council of Basle () and Pope Eugenius IV (). The supporters of conciliar and papal supremacy each developed a remarkable array of political doctrines, which can now be seen as the immediate ancestors of later, more famous theories of 'democracy' and 'monarchy'  › Books › New, Used & Rental Textbooks › Humanities.

A study of political ideas in the conflict between the Council of Basle () and Pope Eugenius IV (). Dr Black discusses both the development and the meaning of these doctrines, and their contribution to the notion of constitutional democracy and of monarchical sovereignty :// Get this from a library.

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–––,Council and Commune: The Conciliar Movement and the Fifteenth Century, London: Burns and Oates. –––,“The Conciliar Movement” in Burns –   I slurped up the residual odd pages of an absorbing book I had commenced reading almost a fortnight back. The product description states: ‘Incorporating research previously unavailable in English, this clear guide gives a synthesis of the latest scholarship providing the historical and intellectual context for political ideas.’   This book was a mixed bag for me, alternating between compulsively readable and an utter slog.

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This fact, I find, still seems to surprise some of my colleagues in political theory, even though the amount of space that Quentin Skinner devoted in in the second volume of his Foundations of Modern Political Thought to the political ideas of the fifteenth and early-sixteenth century Conciliarists marks something of a mainstreaming of the 22 hours ago  Abstract: This article studies the role of international law in the Austrian republic after the First World War – a time of hope and concerns for the international legal gh the war was perceived as backlash for international law, its scholarship expanded in Austria until the mid s.

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