The two kingdoms; ecclesiology in Carolingian political thought / by Karl Frederick Morrison.

Princeton, N.J., Princeton University Press, 1964.

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Subjects Church and state -- History.
Church and state.
Église et État -- Histoire.
Political science -- History.
Political science.
Política -- Historia.
Science politique -- Histoire.
Description xvi, 297 pages 21 cm
Copyright Date 1964.
Notes "This book, in manuscript, received a McKnight Foundation Award in 1963."
Includes bibliographical references (pages 271-287).
Contents PART 1: Introduction -- PART 2: Theory and Countertheory -- Charlemagne and Royal Monism -- The Clerical Reaction: Dualism and Conciliarism -- PART 3: Juristic Principles of Carolingian Ecclesiology -- Conciliarism -- A Victory of Conciliarism: The Conflict of Hincmar of Rheims and Hincmar of Laon -- PART 4: The Challenge of Royal Supremacy -- The Dualistic View of Royal Power -- Royal Intervention in Ecclesiastical Affairs -- Response to the Challenge: The Conflict of Charles the Bald and Hincmar of Loan -- PART 5: An Attempted Entente -- Covenant and Coronation -- The Right of Resistance -- PART 6: Conclusions.
Genre History.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)229409
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WorldCat Identities Morrison, Karl F. 1936-
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