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Master of penance : Gratian and the development of penitential thought and law in the twelfth century

Author: Atria A Larson
Publisher: Washington, D.C. : The Catholic University of America Press, [2014]
Series: Studies in medieval and early modern canon law, v. 11.
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"This book presents the first full-scale study of the Tractatus de penitentia (C.33 q.3) in Gratian's Decretum, which became the textbook for canon law and served as the basis of the church's developing jurisprudence, in theory and in practice. The treatise on penance stands out as a distinct, overtly theological section of Gratian's work and was long suspected of being a later addition to the Decretum. As a result,
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
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Larson, Atria A., author.
Master of penance
(DLC) 2013024285
(OCoLC)851255179
Named Person: Gratian; Gratian
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Atria A Larson
ISBN: 9780813221694 0813221692
OCLC Number: 875686109
Notes: Originally presented as the author's thesis (doctoral)--Catholic University of America, 2010, under title: Gratian's Tractatus de penitentia : a textual study and intellectual history.
Description: 1 online resource (xviii, 553 pages).
Contents: Distinctio 1: contrition or confession --
what remits sins? --
Distinctio 2: regaining love like David or losing love like Satan? --
Distinctio 3: sin and the nature of true penance --
Distinctio 4: when forgiven sins come back to haunt you --
Distinctiones 5-7: true penance, proper confessor-priests, and secure death --
Penance in practice: extra-De penitentia texts on penance in the Decretum --
From Discipulus Anselmi to Magister clericorum --
From one master to another: Peter Lombard's usage of De penitentia --
De penitentia in the classroom (1): the early reception, 1140-1170 --
De penitentia in the classroom (2): Paris and Bologna at the end of the twelfth century --
Moving beyond the classroom: De penitentia in England and southern France, 1160-1190 --
De penitentia outside the classroom: the Papal Curia, 1159-1215.
Series Title: Studies in medieval and early modern canon law, v. 11.
Responsibility: Atria A. Larson.

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