The individual and society in the Middle Ages.


Baltimore, Johns Hopkins Press [1966] .

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Subjects Feudalism.
Féodalité
Féodalité.
Gesellschaftsordnung.
Histoire sociale -- Moyen âge.
Individu et société -- Moyen âge.
Individualism.
Individualisme.
Mittelalter.
Soziales System.
Description xiii, 160 pages 21 cm
Copyright Date [1966]
Notes Three lectures delivered at the Johns Hopkins University, March 1965.
Includes bibliographical references.
Contents Lecture I. The Abstract Thesis: The Ecclesiological and Corporational Theme of Subject and Society -- Lecture II. The Practical Thesis: The Constitutional Significance of the Feudal Relationship and Its Bearing on the Individual in Society -- Lecture III. The Humanistic Thesis: The Emergence of the Citizen.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)497438
(OCoLC)ocm00497438
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WorldCat Identities Ullmann, Walter, 1910-1983.
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