The self-image of the Masters of Theology at the University of Paris in the late thirteenth and early fourteenth centuries

  title={The self-image of the Masters of Theology at the University of Paris in the late thirteenth and early fourteenth centuries},
  author={Ian P. Wei},
  journal={The Journal of Ecclesiastical History},
  • Ian P. Wei
  • Published 1 July 1995
  • Art
  • The Journal of Ecclesiastical History
Alors que beaucoupe de maitres de la faculte de theologie de Paris etaient appeles a devenir d'importants prelats, ils revendiquaient en meme temps une autorite immediate en tant que theologiens de l'Universite de Paris. Pourtant, cette autorite n'allait pas toujours de pair avec la structure juridique de l'Eglise. Cette image que les maitres parisiens avaient d'eux-memes explique la tension et les controverses qui ont surgi autour de leur fonction. Ils reclamaient une place au sommet de la… Expand
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