By Bruno Boute
Delving into the Tangled Involvement of educational associations with the benefice process within the Early glossy interval, this publication specializes in an anomaly: medieval privileges that supplied teachers at Louvain, the self-declared storm-troopers of Catholic and dynastic recovery within the Netherlands, with entry to the Post-Tridentine clerical task marketplace.
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Yet, Jansenius’ bickering with the Scholastics of the Society of Jesus was also about method, and it should be situated in the evolving ways 82 Biographical data in Orcibal, Correspondance de Jansénius. No other university figures that prominently in the inventories of the holdings of the archives of the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith. Boute, “Undigested Past,” 271–76. 84 Ceyssens, “Les débuts,” 369. ” Deregnaucourt, “Diocèses et évêques,” 239. 87 Historians tend to contrast the university’s international radiation in the 16th century with its mediocre antecedents in the 15th century.
OPB, 330–331. Already by the end of the 16th century, exam questions were statutorily drawn from the Summa and Scripture. Guelluy, “L’évolution des méthodes théologiques,” 47. 24 chapter one their tasks in the universal Christianitas in the course of the heroic 16th century. Louvain controversialists such as Latomus, Driedo, and Tapper104 argued, in an answer to the humanist challenge, that Scripture was not to be approached with philological methods in the first place, as the language in which it was written did not, from their point of view, affect its doctrinal content.
66. 7 I have indulged in this short historiographical excursus for two reasons. 8 A fair share of scholarship on the University of Louvain has to be situated in this tradition too. 9 Second, the examination of the concepts and the hermeneutical strategies deployed by historians in action is highly instructive. O’Malley pointed out in his inspiring essay on the renaming of Catholicism in the early modern era that students of the old faith are not particularly blessed, wrestling as they do with a wide range of labels which claim to characterise religious change and which inform, in return, their analysis.