papalism


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papalism

(ˈpeɪpəlɪzəm)
n
(Roman Catholic Church) belief in the papacy

papalism

1. the institution and procedures of papal government.
2. the advocacy of papal supremacy. — papalist, n., adj.
See also: Catholicism
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Among specific topics are the official records of the Council, the revival of Papalism at the Council of Basel, lawyers and legal proceedings in the Council, the Council and negotiations with the Greeks, and Felix V as the last antipope.
Finally, she explains why the years from 1420 to 1447 were liminal, "a time when both Rome and the Curia were caught between conflicting realities--between the Middle Ages and the Renaissance, between conciliarism and papalism, between an image of Rome as a restored republic and a dream of Rome as a papal capital" (13-14).
The Futurist relationship to the concept of war, seen as the concatenation of "all the strengths and all the weaknesses of GENIUS," explicitly disavowing, as Marinetti and his collaborators wrote in 1914, "brutality, espionage, professional pedantry, archaeology, bigotry, papalism, inquisition, and priests" (Marinetti et al.
3) Psychological attributes such as France's "velocita, eleganza, spontaneita" (velocity, elegance, spontaneity); Japan's "agilita, progresso, risolutezza" (agility, progress, resoluteness); Montenegro's "indipendenza, ambizione, temerita" (independence, ambition, and temerity) are thus visually opposed to Germany's "filosofumo, pesantezza, rozzezza, brutalita" (philosophic abstruseness, heaviness, coarseness, brutality); Austria's "bigottismo, papalismo, inquisizione" (bigotry, Papalism, inquisition) and Turkey's complete lack of qualities (indicated with a zero).
It demonstrates perils of conciliarism and papalism, of localism and universalism.
Their papalism seems equally foreign to the attitude of St.
Collins views the papalism of the last two centuries as abnormal.
Indeed, this helps explain why Nicholas could uphold conciliarism and yet within a few years defect to the position of extreme papalism.
One might call such an attitude "cafeteria papalism.
The effect of Ockham's deployment of this interpretation against extreme papalism is to create a large area of religious life in which individual Christians are free to act on their own.
There has been a move from preconciliar papalism to attacks, indifference, silence.