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Auf dem Basler Konzil (November 1436–Juni 1437)

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This chapter presents an overview on legal and theological reasoning cultures and the Basel conciliarism between the theology and law. It discusses the theological and legal reasoning strategies. In addition to the outlined source-scientific and technical-methodological work approaches, the chapter discusses the content classification of the legal opinions in the contemporary ecclesiological debate. It examines the arrival of the embassy and inaugural address. The Aragonese embassy was provided to the Council of Basle on 8 and 9 October 1436 with the usual credentials and instructions. Each arrival of a new embassy whirls the existing seating arrangement to made a renewed negotiation of the hierarchical structure with tremendous amount of time and learning. The chapter finally discusses the Pontanos behavior and reactions of the Alfons' V in the cleavage of the Council. The original text of the chapter is in German.

Keywords: Aragonese embassy; Basel conciliarism; Council of Basle; ecclesiological debate; theological reasoning cultures



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