HIS 121c Lecture 2 Reform, Learning Architecture

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Unformatted text preview: 1-22Reform, Learning Architecture• cathedral• seat of the bishop where he presides over all that is his• Reform goals• primarily ecclesiastical in purpose• to establish limits of lay authority over Church• secular authority’s presence promotes corruption• most prominently between Pope and Holy Roman Empire (Henry X)• Emperor thought he deserved it because Popes in the past have leant aid to the Pope• defender of the church• to strengthen integrity of clergy by banning simony and clerical marriage• prevent people getting into positions in the church through money or connections• church allowed “housekeepers” at one point• marriage not a question of doctrine, but of discipline• its not law• conflict of interest, iffy loyalties• church enforces a ban on clerical marriage• clergy saw it as a form of impoverishment• not just disallowing marriage, but denied access to women• the women’s role is essential• poverty results• children of married clergy declared bastards• to control higher learning while allowing it to flourish• encouraged learning• didn’t have a problem with debate as long as it was part of a setting where the initiated were clergy and students to become clergy• in public, had to hold up Church doctrine• encourage development of schools...
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