4 edition of Medieval sovereignty found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 295-321) and index.
|LC Classifications||JC111 .M35 2007|
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|Pagination||x, 330 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||330|
In the medieval Europe, underfeudalism, there was a hierarchical system of power and authority instead of territorial sovereignty and sovereign equality. In the medieval period, sovereigns were divided into various categories. They were as follows. 'Popular sovereignty is the most fundamental, most widespread and least understood principle of political legitimacy in the world today. As the first comprehensive scholarly treatment of the subject over the longue duree, Popular Sovereignty in Historical Perspective will become a pivotal work in the history of political thought.'/5(3).
ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xviii, pages: illustrations ; 25 cm: Contents: Introduction. Laws and sovereignty in the Middle Ages and the Renaissance / Robert S. Sturges --Unjust rulers and conflicts with law and sovereignty: the case of Gottfried von Strassburg's Tristan / Albrecht Classen --"Lawless" sovereignty in sixteenth . "Medieval Sovereignty examines the idea of sovereignty in the Middle Ages and asks if it can be considered a fundamental element of medieval constitutional order. Francesco Maiolo analyzes the writings of Marsilius of Padua (/80 /43) and Bartolous of Saxoferrato ( 57).
Narrating Muslim Sicily: War and Peace in the Medieval World. By William Granara. I.B. Tauris ISBN: Excerpt: This book is a collection of essays about Sicily, from the ninth until the late twelfth century of our Middle Ages, during the period ranging from Arab political sovereignty to Islam’s final years of lingering cultural and social-economic . - Popular Sovereignty in Historical Perspective Edited by Richard Bourke and Quentin Skinner Frontmatter More information Popular Sovereignty in Historical Perspective This collaborative volume offers the ﬁrst historical reconstruction of the concept of popular sovereignty from antiquity to the twentieth Size: KB.
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Medieval Sovereignty examines the idea of sovereignty in the Middle Ages and asks if it can be considered a fundamental element of medieval constitutional order. Francesco Maiolo analyzes the writings of Marsilius of Padua (/80–/43) and Bartolous of Saxoferrato (–57) and assesses their relative contributions as early proponents of popular by: The book Medieval Sovereignty: Marsilius of Padua and Bartolous of Saxoferrato, Francesco Maiolo is published by Eburon Academic Publishers, Utrecht.
This book exposes the roots of these arguments in the Middle Ages and Renaissance. The thirteen contributions investigate theories, fictions, contestations, and applications of sovereignty and law from the Anglo-Saxon period to the seventeenth century, and from England across western Europe to Germany, France, Italy, and Spain.
In the spirit of the recently published book Medieval Foundations of International Relations, the purpose of this article is to provide ‘insight into the medieval influence on some of the fundamental ideas and practices that are said to exemplify the spirit of modern international relations’ (Bain, Medieval Foundations, p.
It does this by demonstrating how, during the. “This is an engaging and far-ranging book, written in lively and evocative prose, which brings the worlds of the jenets to life; it will appeal to both scholars and students, whether specialists in the history of the medieval Spains, or not ExemplaryCited by: 3.
This chapter discusses the concept of sovereignty. The medieval concept of sovereignty was not quite the same as the sovereignty that began to take shape in the sixteenth century. There had been a state, a kingdom, in Scotland since the middle ages.
The discussion Medieval sovereignty book when and how it become a sovereign state. Moreover, it argues that many essential attributes of sovereignty. Cambridge Core - History of Ideas and Intellectual History - Popular Sovereignty in Historical Perspective - edited by Richard Bourke.
Read the Front Matter, Poetic Preface by Eileen A. Joy & Introduction by Kathleen Biddick Here. This collection of essays by one of medieval studies’ most brilliant historians argues that the analysis and critique of biopower, as conventionally defined by Michel Foucault and then widely assumed in much contemporary theory of sovereignty, is a sovereign mode of.
The Medieval ReviewDespite all recent challenges to stage-oriented histories, the idea of a division between a "medieval" and a "modern" period has survived, even flourished, in academia.
Periodization and Sovereignty demonstrates that this survival is no innocent affair. By examining periodization together with the two controversial categories of feudalism and secularization.
The Internet Medieval Sourcebook then is in two major parts. The first is made up of fairly short classroom sized extracts, derived from public domain sources or copy-permitted translations, the second is composed of the full documents, or WWW links to the full documents.
Her aim is to explicate how the time of periodization is the time of sovereignty, or, put another way, sovereignty is a mode of temporality."—The Medieval Review "Everyone should read this book.
There are at least two reasons I think so. The first is the sheer intellectual pleasure to be had in grappling with its challenging and complex : Kathleen Davis. It examines critical moments in the career of popular sovereignty, spanning antiquity, medieval Europe, the early modern wars of religion, the revolutions of the eighteenth century and their aftermath, decolonisation and mass democracy.
In medieval literature, when humans and animals meet—whether as friends or foes—issues of mastery and submission are often at stake. In the Skin of a Beast shows how the concept of sovereignty comes to the fore in such narratives, reflecting larger concerns about relations of authority and dominion at play in both human-animal and human-human cturer: University of Chicago Press.
This book exposes the roots of these arguments in the Middle Ages and Renaissance. The thirteen contributions investigate theories, fictions, contestations and applications of sovereignty and law from the Anglo-Saxon period to the seventeenth century, and from England across western Europe to Germany, France, Italy and Spain.
The Mercenary Mediterranean: Sovereignty, Religion, and Violence in the Medieval Crown of Aragon – Hussein Fancy University Of Chicago Press | | PDF. Sometime in Aprilfive Muslim horsemen crossed from the Islamic kingdom of Granada into the realms of the Christian Crown of Aragon to meet with the king of Aragon, who showered.
Particular topics include: Habsburg sovereignty, Romance traditions in Arthurian literature, the duomo in Milan, the political theories of Juan de Mariana and of Richard Hooker, Geoffrey Chaucer’s legal problems, the accession of James I, medieval Jewish women, Elizabethan diplomacy, Anglo-Saxon political subjectivity, and medieval French farce.
Medieval Sovereignty by Francesco Maiolo,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide/5(2). In medieval literature, when humans and animals meet—whether as friends or foes—issues of mastery and submission are often at stake.
In the Skin of a Beast shows how the concept of sovereignty comes to the fore in such narratives, reflecting larger concerns about relations of authority and dominion at play in both human-animal and human-human interactions.
Peggy. Jean Bodin’s Les Six livres de la République () is usually translated as The Six Books of the Commonwealth.  Since Bodin was a monarchist, his term république refers to states generally rather than democracies or aristocracies specifically—or, more accurately, states other than despotisms and tyrannies, where the private interest.
The medieval period was full of confrontations between the dual powers of medieval sovereignty—the secular and the sacred. These can be seen in such famous episodes as Emperor Henry IV’s penitent kneeling at Canossa or the martyrdom of St. Thomas Becket over his disagreements with his old friend, Henry II of England.
Maiolo, Francesco, Medieval Sovereignty: Marsilius of Padua and Bartolus of Saxoferrato (Delft: Eburon, ), –35, gives a brief summary of scholarly views on the nature of Bartolus's conception of sovereignty.
And, in practice, the diverse strategies of territorial control in Italy allowed varying degrees of autonomy to subject by: 2.The book The Mercenary Mediterranean: Sovereignty, Religion, and Violence in the Medieval Crown of Aragon, Hussein Fancy is published by University of Chicago Press.
The Chicago Distribution Center will re-open for order fulfillment on April All Chicago e-books are on sale at 30% off with the code EBOOKThis book exposes the roots of these arguments in the Middle Ages and Renaissance. The thirteen contributions investigate theories, fictions, contestations, and applications of sovereignty and law from the Anglo-Saxon period to the seventeenth century, and from England across western Europe to Germany, France, Italy, and Spain.