Chapter Nine: Religion and Philosophy
814-1350: Chapter Nine: Religion and Philosophy
by JEREMIAH HACKETT, KATHRYN A. EDWARDS, and GIULIO SILANO
The Fourth Lateran Council 377
The Death of Thomas Becket 380
Reforming the Clergy 383
Urban II Calls for the Troops 384
A Byzantine View of the Crusaders 385
Anselm’s Ontological Argument 391
A Manual for Inquisitors 395
Marguerite Porete 396
The Ritual Murder of William of Norwich 399
Spiritual Poverty 406
A Possessed Woman 409
The Condemned Propositions of 1277 417
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