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Parution : 05/2020
Editeur : Brill
ISBN : 978-9-0044-1382-5
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Between Popes, Inquisitors and Princes

How the First Jesuits Negotiated Religious Crisis in Early Modern Italy

Jessica M. Dalton

Présentation de l'éditeur

In Between Popes, Inquisitors and Princes Jessica Dalton uses extensive, original archival research to provide the first history of a unique and controversial papal privilege that allowed the first Jesuits to absolve heretics in sixteenth-century Italy without involving bishops or inquisitors. 

Dalton uses the story of this remarkable privilege to reconsider two central aspects of Jesuit history: their role in the Counter-Reformation and their relationship with the papacy. Dalton convincingly argues that, in the aftermath of the Protestant Reformation, the Jesuits were valued collaborators of popes, inquisitors and princes not for their obedience and subservience but rather because they worked with an autonomy and flexibility that allowed them to convert heretics where political barriers and popular hostility hindered inquisitors and prelates.

 

Sommaire

Introduction

The Confident Society: Mission Building 1540–1555

Collaboration, Competition and Conflict: the Jesuits and the Roman Inquisition

Between the Prince and the Pope: Pius V and the Rise of the Roman Inquisition

Bargaining for Autonomy: Challenges and Change at the Close of the Sixteenth Century

All Roads Lead to Rome: Jesuit Agents and Rebels at the Close of the Sixteenth Century (1587–1605)

Conclusion

St Andrews Studies in Reformation History , 242 pages.  121,00 €

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