Hälfte des Jahrhunderts in Bologna lebte. Sein Hauptwerk, das Decretum ( oder: Concordia discordantium canonum) entstand vermutlich um Gratian . Law History of canon law. Sources Collections. Compilations. Selections Decretum Gratiani. Concordia discordantium canonum (Gratian, 12th cent.), . Law Law of the Roman Catholic Church. The Holy See Collections. Compilations . Selections Decretum Gratiani. Concordia discordantium canonum (Gratian.
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Angela Merkel, German politician who in became the first female chancellor of Germany. Publication based on this text: The collections prepared the way for the first compilations of decretals, which flourished from the last quarter of the 12th century. Decretum magistri Gratiani — pars II. The Decretum was called “the first comprehensive and systematic legal treatise in the history of the West, and perhaps in the history of mankind- if by ‘comprehensive’ is meant the attempt to embrace virtually the entire law of a given polity, and if by ‘systematic’ is meant the express effort to that law as a single body, in which all parts are viewed as interacting to form a whole.
VI,” refers to the second part, 33rd cause, question 3, distinction VI, canon 1; “c. Thank You for Your Contribution! The first part is divided into distinctions distinctionesthe first 20 of which form an introduction to the general principles of canon Law tractatus decretalium ; the remainder constitutes a tractatus ordinandorum, relative to ecclesiastical persons and function. Furthermore, even caonnum individual manuscripts from the end of the 12th century discordajtium fewer paleae than those of the 14th century, almost all the paleae existed as such in the 12th century.
This page was last edited on 16 Octoberat There is considerable discussion as to the origin of Gratian’s treatment of Penance De penitentia and his De consecratione. Little else is known about him.
It is one of the most important canonical collections in the history of Canon Law, despite the fact that it was never officially adopted as an “authentic” source of Canon Law by papal authority see corpus iuris canonici.
The Roman revisers of the 16th century —82 corrected the text of the “Decree” and added many critical notes designated by the words Correctores Romani. Modern Language Association http: You may find it helpful to search within the site to see how similar or related subjects are covered. The process of definition and extension of papal control over ecclesiastical matters inevitably…. The paleae, which are auctoritates like all the others, present four essential characteristics: This field of inquiry is hampered by ignorance of the compiler’s identity and the existence of manuscripts with abbreviated versions of the text or variant versions not represented by Winroth’s two recensions.
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There are several major differences between the two recensions:. The content appearing on our website is for general information purposes only.
Finally, he attempted to formulate a general conclusion. Xoncordia Decretum is a vast compilation that includes about 4, capitula and is divided into three parts.
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Constantine to Pope Gregory I. In spite of its great reputation and wide diffusion, the Decretum has never been recognized by the Church as an official collection. His treatment of Penance is introduced without explanation in the middle of causa Part one comprises distinctiones: Specific concepts included consent for marriage and wrongful intent in determining whether a certain act constituted a crime.
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CONCORDIA DISCORDANTIUM CANONUM
An agreement, or concord. Gratian tried to harmonize concodia contradictory canons with each other, by discussing different interpretations and deciding on a solution. The third part, titled De consecratione, is generally divided into five distinctiones and is a treatise on the Sacraments. These commentaries were called glosses.
University of O xford T ext A rchive. The Decretum became the standard introductory text of ecclesiastical law. It was about that Gratianteacher of theology at the monastery of Saints Nabor and Felix and sometimes believed to have been a Camaldolese monk,  composed the work entitled by himself, Concordia discordantium canonumbut called by others Nova collectio, Decreta, Corpus juris canonicialso Decretum Gratianicnonum latter being now the commonly accepted name.
It forms the first part of the collection of six legal texts, which together became known as the Corpus Juris Canonici.
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It is not certain whether the summaries or rubrics, which precede the auctoritates, are to be attributed to Gratian or rather, as A. He flourished in the mid 12th century. He did xiscordantium to obviate the difficulties which beset the study of practical, external theology theologia practica externai.
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Concordia parvae res crescunt et opulentia lites. A law, rule, or ordinance in general, and of the church in particular.
It is to be noted that many auctoritates have been inserted in the “Decretum” by authors of a later date.