Heresies of the High Middle Ages

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Austin Patterson Evans
Columbia University Press, 1991 - Religion - 865 pages
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More than seventy documents, ranging in date from the early eleventh century to the early fourteenth century and representing both orthodox and heretical viewpoints are included.

  

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Contents

INTRODUCTION
1
Sources for the History of the Heresies
56
EARLY APPEARANCES OF THE HERESIES IN WESTERN
71
THE DEVELOPMENT OF HERESY FROM THE LATE ELEVENTH
95
A Monks Description of the Errors of Henry
115
Bernard of Clairvaux against Henry
122
A Warning from Perigueux
138
Arnold of Brescia
146
From Heresy to Witchcraft
249
The Spread of Heresy in Northern Europe
256
HERESY IN THE THIRTEENTH AND EARLY FOURTEENTH
265
Dissent between the Poor Lombards and the Poor of Lyons
278
A Debate between a Catholic and a Patarine
289
Subjects and Texts for Preaching against Heresy
296
Excerpts from a Summa against
307
The Summa of Rainerius Sacconi
329

The Letter of Master Vacarius against the Errors of Hugo
152
The Origins of the Humiliati
158
The Origins of the Cathars in Italy
167
The Heresy of the Passagians
173
An Account of the Hospitality of Heretics by Yves
185
Action against Heresy in Toulouse
194
The Origins of the Waldensian Heresy
200
Stephen of Bourbon on the Early Waldenses
208
A Scholars Attack on Heretics
214
The Reconciliation of a Group of Waldenses to the Church
220
An Exposure of the Albigensian and Waldensian Heresies
230
HERETICAL MOVEMENTS IN NORTHERN EUROPE 11551216
243
Waldenses in the Thirteenth Century
346
An Inquisitors Notebook by Anselm of Alessandria
361
Bernard Guis Description of Heresies
373
CATHARIST LITERATURE OF THE THIRTEENTH
447
The Catharist Rituals
465
A Manichaean Treatise
494
The Book of the Two Principles
511
The Catharist Church and Its Interpretation of
592
ABBREVIATIONS
631
BIBLIOGRAPHY
820
INDEX
847
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Ken Richardson is Honorary Senior Research Fellow in the Centre for Human Development and Learning at the Open University, U.K. He is the author of Understanding Psychology, Understanding Intelligence, Models of Cognitive Development, and Origins of Human Potential.

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