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Aquinas's Ontology of the Material World: Change,

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Scotus’ early disputations at Paris are recorded in the second set of his Collations.. the Scotist school flourished well into the seventeenth century.............................. where he continued his work on the Ordinatio... The Popes took the view that they had transferred the Empire from the Greeks to the Franks in the person of Charlemagne, and from the Franks to the Germans in the person of Otto I, thereby showing that the Roman Empire was subject to the Popes, and in particular that the Pope had a right to approve or reject the candidate elected to be emperor. (The Emperor was elected by the German princes who constituted the electoral college—like the Pope, the Emperor was a monarch chosen by an electoral college to hold office for life.) Spain, France, England and some other places rejected the authority of the “Roman Empire”, but incidents in the history of various kingdoms supported papal claims to authority over kings.

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Publisher: OUP Oxford; 1 edition (June 26, 2014)


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