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Papacy and Law in the Gregorian Revolution
The Canonistic Work of Anselm of Lucca2039
This work explores the role of canon law in the ecclesiastical reform movement of the eleventh century, commonly known as the Gregorian Reform. Focusing on the Collectio canonum of Bishop Anselm of Lucca, it explores how the reformers came to value and employ law as as means of achieving desired ends in a time of social upheaval and revolution.
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Uta-Renate Blumenthal, Ecclesiastical History, vol.52/2, April 2001 a very successful interpretation of Anselm's attitudes towards the Gregorian reform, appropriately highlighting Anselm's agreements and disagreements with the principles of Pope Gregory VII.
Maureen C. Miller, American Historical Review, Apr. 00. The author's candor in evaluating the state of the sources and scholarship is a valuable contribution.
Maureen C. Miller, American Historical Review, Apr 00. Cushing has accomplished difficult manuscript work for a young historian. There is evidence of real erudition in this book.
Maureen C. Miller, American Historical Review, Apr 00. Historians have long acknowledged the importance of law in this reform movement, and Kathellen Cushing's work contributes a detailed example of how a leading figure in the movement used law.
GRE, Heythrop Journal Vol 40, no4 Oct99 This is an extremely well-written and useful study, which makes a substantial contribution to our map of developments in a crucial period of formation for Western canon law ... There is important work in embryo here and what is already in our hands makes its own significant contribution.
Preface; PART I: PAPACY AND LAW ON THE EVE OF THE GREGORIAN REVOLUTION; PART II: A CANONIST IN THE AGE OF REFORM; 1. Anselm of Lucca: A Sainted Gregorian Bishop; 2. Anselm and his Canonical Sources; 3. Roman Primacy and the Legal Vindication of Reform; 4. Anselm and Coercion: A Legal Form of Persuasion; Conclusion: A Canonist of Reform; Appendices; Bibliography; Index