3 edition of A History of Medieval Political Thought found in the catalog.
|Statement||Taylor & Francis Inc|
|Publishers||Taylor & Francis Inc|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 64 p. :|
|Number of Pages||81|
nodata File Size: 5MB.
Did it embody the highest moral ideals of happiness and the life of virtue, or did it represent the more pragmatic benefits of peace and material security? The Political Thought of William Durant A History of Medieval Political Thought Younger, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. McIlwain, Charles Howard, 1932, The Growth of Political Thought in the West, New York: Macmillan.Ithaca: Cornell University Press, 1987. 1, 38; see Tierney 2014: 23—8. The common opinion on coercive government and slavery was expressed by Augustine.
———, 1997, The Idea of Natural Rights: Studies on Natural Rights, Natural Law and Church Law 1150—1625, Atlanta: Scholars Press. Although the author's arguments proceed systematically, at each stage he deals adroitly with the relevant major thinkers in the Western tradition--not only with Hegel, but with the ancients, the classical liberals, Marx, and contemporaries such as Rawls.
However, Thomas says that in the state of innocence there would have been no coercion, but there would have been government in the sense of wise leadership voluntarily accepted by the less wise. 1240], Summa theologiae, Quaracchi: Collegium S. volume 3, 1915, Political Theory from the Tenth Century to the Thirteenth•1962, Political Thought in Medieval Times, New York: Harper Torchbooks.
Relying on arguments drawn from the civil law, John held that no one can justly use consumables, such as food, without owning what they use. Rather, his point is that whoever possesses property possesses it only by virtue of human laws made by kings and emperors. There are various forms of government, of which some are good and some are perversions.
It is not justifiable to lie to an enemy, since that would destroy the trust that will be needed to restore peace see. The popes did not in fact wish to take on the burdens of day-to-day government throughout the world. 1316among others, non-Christians can have no property rights and no political rights, since such things presuppose membership of a community, and only Christians can form a true community.
3, in Letter, 310—11; Miethke 2004. Facsimile reprint in Muldoon 1998: essay no.
Most of the political writers of the thirteenth and fourteenth centuries were involved in controversy about the extent and limits or absence of limits of papal authority Miethke 2000a; Oakley 2012: 173ff.
It attempts both historical and philosophical assessment of the writers discussed and quotes them generously in translation.
articles [ Note: Wikipedia articles change frequently, and such changes are not subject to formal academic peer review.