27-End of Spirit con't Hist 151

27-End of Spirit con't Hist 151 - Hist 151 10/27/10 Middle...

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Hist 151 10/27/10 Middle Ages = Religion and the Church is crucial (Up til 14 th cent.) Last Lecture on the Church 1. Power of the papacy reaching its natural limits? Overview a. The expanding church encountered a brick wall (or several) ca. 1300 i. Kings become emboldened ii. Laity became disenchanted iii. Theorists of Secular Power 2. Philip the 4 th (1285-1314) a. Pivotal for France b. Conflict with England worsens (ground work for 100 yr war) c. Begins taxing the church (new way of revenue) d. Finds himself with a heated stand off with Pope Boniface the 8 th (1294-1303) i. Papal Sovereignty (Two Swords Theory) ii. The Bull ‘Unam Sanctum’ 1302 1. Went against Philip the 4 th ’s commands of taxings stating the church is supreme, the pope reminded him all that had transpired in the church-state relations since the Investiture Conflict 2. Article reading: Two Swords (Material and Spiritual) a. Spiritual power had the greatest power (over secular too) iii. Philip the 4 th ’s Chancellor hatches a plan to overcome the Bull
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This note was uploaded on 11/16/2010 for the course HIST 151 taught by Professor Smith during the Spring '10 term at City College of San Francisco.

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27-End of Spirit con't Hist 151 - Hist 151 10/27/10 Middle...

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