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Quaestio de potestate papae ; Rex pacificus =

An enquiry into the power of the pope : a critical edition and translation

by R. W. Dyson

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Published by Edwin Mellen Press in Lewiston, N.Y .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Popes -- Temporal power.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    Other titlesRex pacificus, Enquiry into the power of the pope
    StatementR.W. Dyson.
    SeriesTexts and studies in religion -- v. 83
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsBX1810 .D9713 1999
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxxiv, 106 p. :
    Number of Pages106
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17936686M
    ISBN 100773479554
    LC Control Number99043563

    Other articles where De potestate regia et papali is discussed: John of Paris: In De potestate regia et papali (c. ; “On Royal and Papal Powers”), he held that church and state both derived power from God but were independent of each other, the church serving spiritual ends and the state serving secular ends. The pope could intervene in. The manuscripts containing book one demonstrate conclusively that Panormitanus did not write a commentary on X The earliest printings of his commentary follow the manuscript tradition and omit any commentary between De translatione (X) and De of­ficio et potestate iudicis delegati (X) [45]. Relatively early, printers placed. Tomus Primus: De potestate Ecclesiae, prior et posterior. De potestate civili. De potestate Papae et concilii. De Indis prior. De Indis posterior, sive de iure belli. De matrimonio. Tomus Secundus: De augmento charitatis. De temperantia. De homicidio. De simonia. De magia. De eo ad quod tenetur veniens ad usum rationis. Now, however, he takes a different stance in De potestate, p. , note 47 Nederman, Community and Consent, p. 11; now also Miethke, De potestate, pp. and , note (on p. .


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The Quaestio de potestate papae, commonly known by its incipit, Rex pacificus, has long been recognized as a scholastic tract written sometime during the struggle between Philip the Fair and Boniface VIII.1 However, its author. Quaestio De Potestate Papae (Rex Pacificua)/an Enquiry into the Power of the Pope: A Critical Edition and Translation (Texts and Studies in Religion) (Texts & Studies in Religion) Hardcover – January 3, /5(1).

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Series Title: Texts and studies in religion, v. Other Titles: Quaestio de potestate papae. Rex pacificus Enquiry into the power of the pope: Responsibility: R.W. Dyson. Published: () A seasonable vindication of the supream authority and jurisdiction of Christian kings, lords, Parliaments, as well over the possessions, as persons of delinquent prelates and churchmen; or, An antient disputation of the famous Bohemian martyr John Hus, in justification of John Wickliffs Dyson, R.W.

Quaestio de potestate papae (Rex pacificus)/An Enquiry into the Power of the Pope. A Critical Edition and Translation 83 Lewiston, NY, Queenston, Lampeter Edwin Mellen Press Dyson, by: 6. John of Paris (d. in ) was a Dominican theologian, deeply and personally involved in the theological and political debates of his time.

He is well known as the most outstanding “ideological” supporter of Philip the Fair in his struggle against Boniface VIII. Quaestio de Potestate Papae (Rex Pacificus)/ An Enquiry into the Power of the Pope. A Critical Edition and Translation by: Dyson, R. Published: ().

Quaestio de Potestate Papae (Rex Pacificus) An Enquiry into the Power of the Pope. A Critical Edition and Translation. Lewiston;Lampeter: Edwin Mellen. (Additional information) Dyson, R.W. Three Royalist Tracts, Antequam essent clerici; Disputatio inter clericum et militem; Quaestio in utramque partem.

Bristol: Thoemmes. See, for instance the anonymous texts in R. Dyson (ed.), Quaestio de Potestate Papae (Rex Pacificus)/An Enquiry into the Power of the Pope: A Critical Author: Stuart Elden. Quaestio de potestate papae ; Rex pacificus = An enquiry into the power of the pope: a critical edition and translation / by: Dyson, R.

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Another anonymous pro-royal tract, formally called Quaestio de Potestate Papae (“The Question of Papal Power”), but more commonly known by its incipit, Rex pacificus (“The Peacemaker King”), was published sometime early in Saenger, Paul,“John of Paris, Principal Author of the Quaestio de potestate papae [Rex pacificus]”, Speculum, 41– Schütrumpf, Eckart,The Earliest Translations of Aristotle’s “Politics” and the Creation of Political Terminology, Paderborn: Wilhelm Fink.

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Lewiston: Edwin Mellon. [Google Scholar], pp. 24, 76–77). 7 On this notion, see the longer discussion, with extensive references, inChapter by: • *** Quaestio de Potestate Papae (Rex Pacificus) / An Enquiry Into the Power of the Pope. A Critical Edition and Translation by R. Dyson, The Edwin Mellen Press, Lewiston, Queenston, Lampeter, s.

• Scrierile Părinţilor Apostolici. Traducere, note şi indici de Preot Dr. Dumitru Fecioru, Bucureşti, Another anonymous pro-royal tract, formally called Quaestio de Potestate Papae (“The Question of Papal Power”), but more commonly known by its incipit, Rex pacificus (“The Peacemaker King”), was published sometime early in His principal work was De Regno et Regali Potestate (), a strenuous defence of the rights of kings, in which he refutes the doctrines of those he terms monarchomachs: George Buchanan, "Junius Brutus" (Hubert Languet or Philippe de Mornay) and Jean Boucher; he also wrote De potestate papae: an & quatenus in reges & principes seculares jus.

Senger, P. John of Paris, principal author of the Quaestio de potestate papae (Rex Pacificus). Speculum, – Shogimen, T. John of Paris and the idea of peace in the late thirteenth and early fourteenth centuries. In Jones (red.) – Silano, G. (vert.).

Peter Lombard: The Sentences. Book I: The mystery of the. De regia potestate et papali: Rex pacificus cuius auctor ignoratur: Le romant de Jehan de Paris, roy de France: revu pour la première fois sur deux manuscrits de la fin du quinzième siècle: St.

Edmund of Abingdon: a study in hagiography and history: Tractatus de Antichristo. Tractatus de causa immediatae ecclesiastice potestatis: Vita S.

The text titled Quaestio de potestate papae or Rex Pacificus, as it became known from its incipit, is one of the booklets that appeared in France, induring the clashes between Philip IV the Handsome (), and Boniface VIII ( to ).

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' Paul Saenger, 'John of Paris, Principal Author of the Quaestio de potestate papae {Rex PacificusY, Speculum, 56 (), has not to my mind proved this text to be by John of Paris largely as a result of the dominium/jurisdictio distinction in John of Paris's De Potestate regia et papali which is not distinct in the Rex Pacificus.

See below.5/5(1). Daly, Kathleen, «The Mirouer historial abregie de France: historical culture and politics at the court of Charles VII», Saenger, P., «John of Paris, principal author of the Quaestio de potestate papae (Rex pacificus)», Speculum, p. De potestate papae; an & quatenus in reges & principes seculares ius & imperium habeat.

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Quaestio De Potestate Papae (Rex Pacificus) An Enquiry Into the Power of the Pope. This book systematically combines historical and theological scholarship in a.

This was a period that sought not only to imitate the 21 Three Royalist Tracts, –, ed. and trans. Robert W. Dyson (Bristol ); Quaestio de Potestate Papae (Rex Pacificus), ed. and trans. Robert W. Dyson (Lampeter ).

22 James of Viterbo on Christian Government, trans. Robert W. Dyson (Woodbridge ). Liber Extra, Decretalists Decretalium Gregorii papae IX: Bulla «Rex pacificus» L i b e r I Titulus I De summa trinitate et fide catholica.

Titulus II De constitutionibus. Titulus III De rescriptis. Titulus IV De consuetudine. Titulus V De postulatione praelatorum. Paul Saenger, John of Paris, Principal Author of the Quaestio de potestate papae (Rex pacificus), in: Specup.

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In some ways, De potestate regia et papali mounted a fairly typical defense of the dualist thesis; its arguments were similar in kind to the anti-hierocratic arguments developed over the preceding century or so, differing from them mainly in that, as with Quaestio in utramque partem and Rex pacificus, it focused on the question of papal power.Other articles where De potestate summi pontificis in rebus temporalibus is discussed: St.

Robert Bellarmine: In he published De Potestate Summi Pontificis in Rebus Temporalibus (“Concerning the Power of the Supreme Pontiff in Temporal Matters”), a reply to William Barclay of Aberdeen’s De Potestate Papae (; “Concerning the Power of the Pope”), which denied .INTRODUCTORY NOTE.

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