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Le accuse di “eresia” nelle polemiche intracattoliche (Italia, secolo XVIII)

digital Le accuse di “eresia” nelle polemiche intracattoliche (Italia,
secolo XVIII)
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rivista RIVISTA DI STORIA DELLA CHIESA IN ITALIA
fascicolo RIVISTA DI STORIA DELLA CHIESA IN ITALIA - 2015 - 1
titolo Le accuse di “eresia” nelle polemiche intracattoliche (Italia, secolo XVIII)
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editore Vita e Pensiero
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online da 17-06-2016
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During the eighteenth century within the Catholic Church there were harsh internal theological debates; different peoples and parties within the Church accused each other of heresy, constantly referring to theological views already condemned in the past. Everyone was claiming to support the truth, and there was a widespread “obsession” for theological mistakes. In this context, the use of history was fundamental: a veritable “genealogy of errors” was created, and each group compared the theological positions of the adversaries with similar views from the past. Those polemics were generally condemned by Benedict XIV and not supported by the Holy Offi ce. The discussions on the Bull Unigenitus (1713) were crucial, and showed the growing relevance of debates regarding the authority of the pope.

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