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Law And Theology in Twelfth-century England

The Works of Master Vacarius (C. 1115/20 - C. 1200) (Disputatio) (Disputatio)

by Jason Taliadoros

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Published by Brepols Publishers .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Philosophy Of Law,
  • Philosophy Of Religion,
  • History,
  • History - General History,
  • History: World,
  • Europe - Great Britain - General,
  • Legal History,
  • Medieval,
  • Philosophy

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages240
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL8911466M
    ISBN 10250351782X
    ISBN 109782503517827

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    His book, Law and Theology in Twelfth-Century England (Brepols, ) re-appraised the role of law as a discipline that merged and intersected with theology, through a systematic study of the works of one of England’s most influential canon and Roman lawyers of the twelfth century. His ARC-funded research project centred on tracing. A comparative study shows that these offending risk factors were absent in twelfth-century Byzantium: clerics below the episcopate did not have enough access to ecclesiastical resources to put the Church at financial risk; clerical dynasties were understood within a wider frame of valued friendship networks; and sex within clerical marriage was.

    'Christof Rolker provides for the first time a truly comprehensive examination of the letters' [of Ivo of Chartres] transmission. This, however, is only one of this outstanding work's achievements. For Rolker also re-assesses the state of canon law and theology in northern France at the beginning of the twelfth century and Ivo's role in the Author: Christof Rolker. Review of Law and Theology on Twelfth-Century England: The Works of Master Vacarius (c/c), by J. Taliadoros. Eng. Hist. Rev. , no. (): (Work published when author not on Michigan Law faculty.) Full Text: Oxford Journals (UMich users) | Oxford Journals.


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/20 - c. ) Pages: p. This book explores the legal and theological thought of Master Vacarius (c. /20 - c. ), the renowned twelfth-century jurist.

It focuses on this Italian master’s four works, composed in the second half of the twelfth century, which deal with the resolution of conflict in law and theology. This book examines the writings of Master Vacarius, well known for his Liber pauperum, a work of Roman Law from the second half of the twelfth century, but less well known for his works on marriage and on theology.

Taliadoros argues that he had an unusual approach as a Roman Lawyer-theologian, and that ‘the unique methodology informing Vacarius’ works is a universal form of : John Hudson. Law and Theology in Twelfth-Century England by Jason Taliadoros at This book explores the legal and theological thought of Master Vacarius (c/20 - c), the renowned twelfth-century jurist.

This book examines one of the most fundamental issues in twelfth-century English politics: justice. It demonstrates that during the foundational period for the common law, the question of judgement and judicial ethics was a topic of heated debate – a common problem with multiple different : Philippa Byrne.

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Review of Jason Taliadoros, Law and Theology in Twelfth-Century England: The Works of Master Vacarius (c. /20 – c. ), Disputatio 10 (Turnhout ). In Speculum 83 (), This book examines one of the most fundamental issues in twelfth-century English politics: justice.

It demonstrates that during the foundational period for the common law, the question of judgement and judicial ethics was a topic of heated debate - a common problem with multiple different answers. Book Review. Justice and Mercy: Moral Theology and the Exercise of Law in Twelfth‐Century England.

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His book, Law and Theology in Twelfth-Century England (Brepols, ) re-appraised the role of law as a discipline that merged and intersected with theology, through a systematic study of the works of one of England’s most influential canon and Roman lawyers of the twelfth century.

Moral theology and the exercise of law in twelfth-century England Moral theology and the exercise of law in 12th-century England: Responsibility: Philippa Byrne.

DCLfol. Durham Cathedral Library, MSwritten in the early twelfth century, begins with what canon law scholars call the ‘Canterbury Abridgement’ of Collectio Lanfranci, which would be the canonical collection Lanfranc of Bec brought with him to England and dispersed whilst Archbishop of Canterbury ().This manuscript and the other one that contains the.

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An unrivalled introduction to a fascinating subject, Law and Theology in the Middle Ages explores the relationship between law and theology in medieval Europe. Focusing on legal and theological responses to justice, mercy, fairness, and sin, this text examines the tension between ecclesiastical and secular authority in medieval Europe, illustrating areas of dispute in a clear and Cited by: private property, theology provides the language through which legal arguments attempt to ground themselves.

Law is, in turn, intrinsic to much Christian theology. Though this was hardly unique to the Early Modern period, the legal face of theology played an especially central role in the culture of post-Reformation England.