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Author Robinson, Jonathan.
Title William of Ockham's early theory of property rights in context / by Jonathan Robinson.
Imprint Leiden ; Boston : Brill, 2013.

Series Studies in medieval and reformation traditions ; v. 166.
Studies in medieval and Reformation traditions ; v. 166.
Subject William, of Ockham, approximately 1285-approximately 1349. Opus nonaginta dierum -- Criticism and interpretation -- 21st century.
John XXII, Pope, -1334 -- Criticism and interpretation -- 21st century.
Michael, of Cesena, -1342 -- Criticism and interpretation -- 21st century.
Right of property -- Religious aspects -- To 1500.
Property -- Religious aspects -- To 1500.
Poverty -- Religious aspects -- Catholic Church -- To 1500.
Description 1 online resource (xxi, 396 pages).
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references and index.
Note Print version record.
Contents William of Ockham's Early Theory of Property Rights in Context; Copyright; Dedication; Contents; List of Illustrations; Preface; Acknowledgements; Abbreviations; Principal Texts & Events; Chapter 1. Introduction; 1. Method; 2. Concepts and Terminology; Chapter 2. The Position of John XXII; 1. From Spiritual Suppression to Conventual Condemnation; 2. John's Early Account of Poverty:Ad conditorem canonum, redactio prima; 3. John Re-acts: Ad conditorem canonum, redactio secunda and Beyond; 4. John and the Types of Law; 5. The Origin of Property; 6. The Legal Nature of Use
7. A Summary of John's Theory of PropertyChapter 3. The Varieties of Ius; 1. Ius and the Jurists; 2. Bonagratia of Bergamo; 3. Michael of Cesena; 4. Francis of Marchia; 5. William of Ockham; Chapter 4. The Nature of Dominium; 1. Bonagratia of Bergamo; 2. Michael of Cesena; 3. Francis of Marchia; 4. William of Ockham; Chapter 5. The Species of Usus; 1. Bonagratia of Bergamo; 2. Michael of Cesena; 3. Francis of Marchia; 4. William of Ockham; Chapter 6. Consumables; 1. Bonagratia of Bergamo; 2. Michael of Cesena; 3. Francis of Marchia; 4. William of Ockham; Chapter 7. Corporate Poverty
1. The Origins of Franciscan Corporate Poverty2. Innocent IV & Corporation Theory; 3. Bonagratia of Bergamo; 4. Michael of Cesena; 5. Francis of Marchia; 6. William of Ockham; Chapter 8. Conclusions; 1. Summary of the Michaelist Position; 2. Legal Catenae in the Opus nonaginta dierum; Appendix A. The Fourfold Community of Goods: Bonaventure and Michael; Appendix B. A Structural Analysis of the Michaelist Tracts on Evangelical Poverty; Appendix C. A Comparison of Legal References; Bibliography; Index; Citations Index
Summary This book analyzes William of Ockham's early theory of property rights alongside those of his fellow dissident Franciscans, paying careful attention to each friar's use of Roman and civil law, which provided the conceptual building blocks of the poverty controversy.
ISBN 9789004245730 (electronic bk.)
9004245731 (electronic bk.)
9789004243460
9004243461
OCLC # 820807863
Additional Format Print version: William of Ockham's Early Theory of Property Rights in Context. Brill Academic Pub 2012 9789004243460 (OCoLC)817598782.