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The Fourth Lateran Council and the development of canon law and the ius commune

Author: Atria A Larson; Andrea Massironi
Publisher: Turnhout, Belgium : Brepols, [2018] ©2018
Series: Collection Ecclesia militans, volume 7.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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This volume collects essays from an international group of scholars who treat various aspects of the Fourth Lateran Council's placement within the development of the 'ius commune'. Topics include the canon law about armsbearing clergy, episcopal elections, heresy, degrees of affinity within marriage, the oversight of relic veneration; two essays highlight the council's reaction to the Fourth Crusade's sack of  Read more...
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Atria A Larson; Andrea Massironi
ISBN: 9782503583013 2503583016
OCLC Number: 1085161915
Language Note: Contributions in English, French, and Italian.
Description: 331 pages ; 24 cm.
Contents: Part I. The canon law background to the Fourth Lateran Council --
The ghost of Alexander III: "Following closely in the footsteps of Pope Alexander, our predecessor of good memory, so great is our veneration for him..." / Anne J. Duggan --
Armsbearing by the clergy and the Fourth Lateran Council / Lawrence G. Duggan --
Part II. Canon law and canonistic jurisprudence for regulating clerics and the liturgy --
The Lateran Council and the Greeks: c.4 Licet Graecos / Thomas M. Izbicki --
The pope and the patriarchs: the fifth constitution of Lateran IV / Steven A. Schoenig, S.J. --
Une constitution électorale : théories et pratiques au miroir de Quia propter / Fabrice Delivré --
The Fourth Lateran Council's constitutions on monasticism / Giles Constable --
Part III. Canon law and canonistic jurisprudence for governing the faithful --
Eresia e lesa maestà nella normativa di Innocenzo III e nel Concilio Lateranense del 1215 / Vito Piergiovanni --
The Fourth Lateran Council's Non Debet (c.50) and the abandonment of the system of derived affinity / Alejandro Morin --
The legacy of canon 62 in the Diocese of Sens in Northern France (1215-1469) / Christine Oakland --
Grave concerns: law, miracles, and the cemetery, 1100-1300 / Anthony Perron --
Part IV. The ius commune of contracts, rights, and procedure --
Canon Plerique (c.56) of the Fourth Lateran Council within the development of the principle Pacta Sunt Servanda / Piotr Alexandrowicz --
Roman law behind the decrees 39-41 of the Fourth Lateran Council (1215) / Łukasz Jan Korporowicz --
Prescrizione e buona fede acquisitiva: la costituzione Quoniam omne (c.41) nell'interpretazione della canonistica medievale / Andrea Massironi --
La costituzione Qualiter et quando (c.8) e l'ordo inquisitionis nella canonistica medievale / Giovanni Chiodi.
Series Title: Collection Ecclesia militans, volume 7.
Responsibility: edited by Atria A. Larson and Andrea Massironi.

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This volume collects essays from an international group of scholars who treat various aspects of the Fourth Lateran Council's placement within the development of the 'ius commune'. Topics include the canon law about armsbearing clergy, episcopal elections, heresy, degrees of affinity within marriage, the oversight of relic veneration; two essays highlight the council's reaction to the Fourth Crusade's sack of Constantinople in trying to incorporate the eastern church into the ecclesiastical structure and liturgical norms of the Roman Church; several essays concentrate on the usage of Roman or civil law in some of Lateran IV's constitutions and emphasize issues of private and procedural law. Collectively, and headed by an essay by Anne J. Duggan on the relationship of Pope Alexander III's pontificate to the Lateran IV constitutions, the essays create a fuller picture of Innocent III and his curia's reliance on developments within the jurisprudence of the preceding half century, but they also reveal the ways in which they forged new paths and made significant contributions to guide canon law in the years following the council.

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