The later middle ages / by Bernard Guillemain ; translated from the French by S. Taylor.

1st ed.. New York : Hawthorn Books, 1960.

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Subjects Church history -- Middle Ages, 600-1500.
Church history -- Middle Ages.
Series Twentieth century encyclopedia of Catholicism. Section 7, History of the church ; 77.
Description 122 pages : map ; 21 cm.
Copyright Date 1960.
Notes Includes select bibliography (pages 121-122).
Contents Part I: Prelude to disintegration -- I. The church in the thirteenth century -- The position of the papacy -- The concern with reform -- The Mendicant orders -- The missions -- The Inquisition -- II. The works of faith -- Religious thought and practice -- The universities -- The Gothic cathedrals -- The beginnings of emancipation -- III. Theocracy and its limitations -- The claims of theocracy -- The defeat of the empire and what it meant -- Failure in the East -- Tactics of the princes -- The example of St. Louis -- Part II: Disintegration -- IV. The end of the dream of temporal unity -- The conflict between Boniface VIII and the king of France -- The trial of the Templars -- The hollowness of imperial pretensions -- V. The age of the Avignon popes -- Avignon and the pontifical monarchy -- Resistance to the papacy -- The West in the middle of the fourteenth century -- Return of the papacy to Rome -- VI. the church rent asunder -- The Great Schism of the West -- Heresy -- The Council of Constance (1414-18) -- The pope, the council and the national churches -- VII. An era of disquiet -- Moral divisions in the West -- The individual's approach to life -- The anti-climax to intellectual development -- Humanism of the Renaissance -- VIII. The West and the church in the mid-fifteenth century -- A profoundly Christian civilization -- The church in light and shade -- The end of Christendom.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)332219
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WorldCat Identities Guillemain, Bernard, 1923-
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