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This index section of the book Inventing the Public Sphere: The Public Debate during the Investiture Contest contains names, subjects and Brill's studies in intellectual history. The entries are arranged in alphabetical order. Long ago, Bloch maintained that the polemical literature was important for the political maturity and education of the European Middle Ages. It is the author's hope that the present analysis of the medieval public sphere based on the public debate during the Investiture Contest will contribute to a better understanding and appreciation of the epochal significance of the public debate for this 'maturity and education'.

Keywords: investiture contest; public debate; public sphere



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