6 edition of De regimine Christiano found in the catalog.
De regimine Christiano
James of Viterbo, Archbishop of Naples
|Statement||James of Viterbo ; edited by R.W. Dyson.|
|Genre||Early works to 1800.|
|Series||Brill"s studies in intellectual history -- v. 174, Brill"s texts and sources in intellectual history -- v. 6|
|Contributions||Dyson, R. W.|
|LC Classifications||BX1810 .J3513 2009|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2009004913|
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James of Viterbo s "De regimine Christiano" was produced at the height of the great conflict of between Pope Boniface VIII and Philip the Fair of France. Echoing and elaborating Boniface s "Bull Unam sanctam," the treatise is a detailed and rigorous defence of the hierocratic ideology of the thirteenth-century papacy in its most.
James of Viterbo’s De regimine Christiano was produced at the height of the great conflict of – between Pope Boniface VIII and Philip the Fair of France.
Echoing and elaborating Boniface’s Bull Unam sanctam, the treatise is a detailed and rigorous defence of the ‘hierocratic’ ideology of the thirteenth-century papacy in its most ambitious form.
James of Viterbo, De Regimine Christiano. Dyson, R.W., James of Viterbo. De Regimine Christiano. A Critical Edition and Translation, Brill’s Studies in Intellectual History /Texts and Studies in Intellectual History 6.
Leiden: Brill Academic Publishers, Author: Eric Leland Saak. "James of Viterbo's De regimine Christiano" was produced at the height of the great conflict of between Pope Boniface VIII and Philip the Fair of France.
Echoing and elaborating Boniface's Bull Unam sanctam, the treatise is a detailed and rigorous defence of the 'hierocratic' ideology of the thirteenth-century papacy in its most.
Giles of Rome's De regimine principum: reading and writing politics at court and university, c. c - Charles F. Briggs Book Explores the audience of De Regimine, rather than content. He is now chiefly remembered for his treatise De regimine Christiano: a contribution, on the papal side, to the great conflict of – between Pope Boniface VIII and Philip, the Fair of France.
This is a preview of subscription content, log in to check access. Bibliography. Primary Sources. Arquillière, H.-X. From the time of its composition (c) for Philip the Fair of France until the early sixteenth century, Giles of Rome's mirror of princes, the De regimine principum, was read by both lay and clerical readers in the original Latin and in several vernacular translations, and served as model or source for several works of princely advice.
This study examines the relationship between this. Other articles where De regimine principum is discussed: mirror for princes: best by its Latin title, De regimine principum).
Giles’s became the most widely copied mirror for princes of the Middle Ages. Those two texts combined the thinking that appeared in previous ones with references to natural and feudal law, elaborated the right of resistance, and stressed the responsibility of the.
De regimine christiano. A Critical Edition and Translation by R.W. Dyson, Leiden: Brill, Replaces Arquillière’s edition (see below for complete reference), as well as Dyson’s earlier translation in James of Viterbo, On Christian Government (De regimine christiano).
Edited and Translated by R.W. Dyson, Woodbridge: The Boydell Press, James of Viterbo - Quodlibet I 17 - De regimine Christiano - pope's supremacy. Marie-Madeleine de Cevins, Les ermites de saint Augustin en Hongrie médiévale: état des connaissances, Augustiniana 62(), ; abstract.
Arquillière H-X () Le plus ancien traité de l'église: Jacques de Viterbe, De regimine Christiano (–). Beauchesne, Paris Google Scholar Dyson RW (ed) () James of Viterbo: De regimine Christiano, a critical edition and translation. Sources.
Arquillière (), Les plus ancien traité de l'Eglise: J., De regimine Christiano R. Dyson (), James of Viterbo: On Christian Government (De regimine Christiano) External links. Saints SQPN; Life of Bl. James of Viterbo (Augustinians of the Midwest) James of Viterbo –.
Autour de l'affrontement de Philippe le Bel et de Boniface VIII, le genre s'épanouit dès les toutes premières années du XIV e siècle, notamment avec le De regimine christiano () de.
De regimine christiano. A Critical Edition and Translation by R.W. Dyson, Leiden: Brill, Replaces Arquillière's edition (see below for complete reference), as well as Dyson's earlier translation in James of Viterbo, On Christian Government (De regimine christiano).
Edited and Translated by R.W. Dyson, Woodbridge: The Boydell Press, You can write a book review and share your experiences. Other readers will always be interested in your opinion of the books you've read.
Whether you've loved the book or not, if you give your honest and detailed thoughts then people will find new books that are right for them. 8 This comprehension of the lex aeterna by man is, so to speak, man's conscious participation in the lex is the lex naluralis (moralis), in other words, the “imprint” of the lex aeterna on our soul.
For “the lex aeterna is that ineradicable and sublime administration of all things which proceeds from the Divine Providence.” (De Diversis Quaestionibus I, 53, 2). De regimine Christiano, produced at the height of the great conflict of between Pope Boniface VIII and Philip the Fair of France, is a detailed and rigorous defence of.
De Regimine Principum, eulogized as the finest and most erudite book ever composed by an Italian,1 well known to Dante,2 and translated into seven languages, was one of the most widely read political tracts in the Middle Ages.3 It was written scarcely a generation after Vincent’s De Eruditione,4 and there can be no doubt that Aegidius, who.
ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xxvii, pages ; 24 cm: Contents: Part 1 On the glory of the ecclesiastical kingdom: the author's epistle to the lord Pope Boniface VIII; the prologue of the work, in which is described the matter or invention of the work and the cause in which the work has been undertaken; that the Church is aptly and properly called a.
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Allot. Athens: Ohio University Press. The papalist treatise De regimine Christiano (On Christian Government)is his only venture into the field of political theory; an exhaustive analysis of the distribution of power within the Christian community, it was composed at the height of the conflict between Pope Boniface VIII and king Philip IV of France, probably during the spring and.Stanford Libraries' official online search tool for books, media, journals, databases, government documents and more.
Giles of Rome’s De regimine principum was remarkably popular for a text of its genre – concerning the education of aristocratic boys – and survives in over fifty manuscripts with an English provenance.
Some of the leading grandees of late medieval England, including Humphrey, Duke of Gloucester (d. ), John Talbot, first Earl of.