Il trattamento canonico dell’eretico fino all’epoca medievale
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Autor/esBelda Iniesta, Javier
Disciplina/sArte y Humanidades
Materia/sHeresy; Medieval Inquisition; mercy; Confession; Schism.
The great epochs of reform in the Church, traditionally, made it necessary to go deeper on some topics at all levels – not only from the dogmatic point of view – and led to a new formulation, sometimes a redefinition, of the aspects that had been in dispute. In this regard, in the light of history, we will try to observe how different cases of disagreement (which, at that time, created discord and fatigue for the Church) were legally treated. Clearly, Heresy is the clearest example of opposition to some interpretations proposed by the Church. However, we do not intend to make a detailed study of the unorthodox voices that rose against the claims of Peter; rather, we will try to check out how these ones were treated during the first Millennium (when the Church became legal, and then official) until the Fourth Lateran Council (when the Inquisitorial Tribunals started to judge these attitudes).