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D. The Church and the Nations
13. Character of the Period 37
§1. Suspense between the Middle Agres and the Renaissance 37
§2. Shift of Politics to the West 39
§3. The Clash between the Church and the Nations 40
   a. Imperial Policy and Foreign Policy
   b. The Hierarchy of Powers
14. The Absolue Papacy Giles of Rome 43
§1. The Unam Sanctam 43
§2. Giles of Rome (Aegidius Romanus) 46
   a. The Mysticism of Hugh of Saint Victor
   b. The Intellectual and His Will to Power
   c. Theory of Power
   d. Papal Power
   e. The Sacrificium Intellectus
   f. Ecclesiastical Totalitariansim
15. French Kingship 54
§1. The Problem of Royal Power 54
§2. Independence from Imperial Power 55
§3. John of Paris Tractatus de Potestate Regia et Papali 56
§4. Thaumaturgic Kingship 57
§5. Charles of Anjou 59
§6. Pierre Dubois 61
16. Dante 66
§1. The Isolation of the Political Thinker 66
§2. The Separation of Spirit from Politics 68
§3. Spiritual Realism The Earthly Paradise 70
§4. Literary Forms and Symbols of Authority 72
§5. The Letters 74
§6. The De Monarchia 74
   a. The Universal Intellect: Averroism
   b. Intellectual and Hegemonic World Organization
   c. The Myth of the Italianità
§7. The Vision of Purgatorio 29-33 78
17. Marsilius of Padua 83
§1. The Beginning of German Constitutional Development 83
§2. The Defensor Pacis 84
§3. The Relation to Artistotle 86
§4. The Organic Analogy 87
§5. The Problem of Intramundane Representative Authority The Legislator 88
§6 Limited Government Italianism 91
§7. Averroist Naturalism 94
§8. The Pars Principans 95
§9. The Plurality of Warring States 96
§10. The Law 97
§11. Christianity and the Church 97
§12. The Esoteric Creed 99
§13. Political Technicism 101
18. William of Ockham 103
§1. A Pattern of Theory The Problem of William 103
§2. Nominalism and Fideism 106
§3. Secular Civilization and the Withdrawal of the Church 109
§4. The Last Phase of Franciscan Spiritualism 112
§5. William's Method of Politics 115
§6. Theory of Law 117
§7. The Order of the World and the Order of Poverty 118
§8. The Pope and the Church 120
§9. The Empire 122
§10. Reduction of the Substance to Relations 123
§11. The Power of Ultimate Decision The Council 124
§12. Conclusion 125
19. The English National Polity 127
§1. Insularity Absence of Disturbing Factors 128
§2. The Integrating Sentiments The Magna Carta 131
§3. The Institutions 135
   a. The Strength of Royal Power
   b. Articulation and Integration of the Body Politic
   c. Comparison with Continental Development
   d. English Constitutionalism
§4. Symbols 144
§5. Representation 145
   a. Defintion
   b. The Writs of Summons
   c. Representation and Articulation
   d. The Realm
§6. Fortescue 155
20. From Imperial to Parochial Christianity 163
§1. The Transformation of the Church Organization 164
§2. The English Reaction 167
§3. Wycliffe General Character 168
§4. The Regional Spiritual Movements 171
§5. English Spiritualism Piers Plowman 175
§6. Wycliffe Doctrines 184
21. The Imperial Zone 193
§1. Subimperial Politics 193
   a. Imperial and Subimperial Politics
   b. The East Frankish Kingdom and Italy
   c. The Concentration of Royal Power and the Interregna
   d. The Colonization of the East
   e. Summary
§2. The Golden Bull 203
   a. Charles IV
   b. The Form of the Golden Bull
   c. State- Imperium and World- Imperium
   d. The Electoral College The Majority Problem
   e. The Oligarchy of the Princes
   f. Lupold of Babenberg
§3. The City-States 216
   a. The Area of the City-States
   b. The Towns and the Feudal World
   c. Trade Routes and Food Supply
   d. The Fourth Crusade Power Distribution in the Eastern Mediterreanean
   e. The Organization of the Venetian Conquest
   f. Burgundy
   g. The Hansa
   h. Southwest German Leagues
   i. The Swiss Confederation
   j. The Internal Structure of the Towns
   k. The Constitution of Venice
§4. Cola di Rienzo 233
   a. State of the Problem
   b. The Letters to the Italian Cities
   c. The Tribunus Augustus
   d. National and Imperial Sentiments
   e. The Emissary of the Fraticelli
   f. Spiritual Nationalism and Military Unification
22. The Conciliar Movement 245
§1. The Schism The General Councils 245
   a. The Schism
   b. Conrad of Gelnhausen Henry of Langenstein
   c. The Decree Frequens
   d. Nominalism and Jurisdictionalism
§2. Gallicanism The National Concordats 252
   a. The French National Council of 1398
   b. The French National Council of 1406
   c. The Concordats
§3. Concordantia Catholica 256
   a. Nicholas of Cusa
   b. Spiritual Harmony
   c. Infinita and Gradualis Concordantia
   d. Hierarchical Order
   e. The Augmentation of the Corpus Mysticum
   f. Nature and Grace
   g. Institutional Elaboration
   h. The Concordantia of Mankind






		

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