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Actualiser l’hérésie au temps de la Réforme. Catholicité, innovations doctrinales et Inquisition dans l’Espagne de la première modernité, 1517-1530

Abstract : When perusing inquisitorial sources from the first third of the XVIth century, the theological objectification mechanism, as regards doctrinal innovations, in the context of Lutheran dissent, proves to be rather convoluted and the legal constraints imposed on inquisitors are obvious. Between 1517 (end of the Fifth Council of Lateran) and 1530 (calling of the Diet of Augsburg), the outlines of orthodoxy were the targets of sharp disagreement. Since it lacked effective canons, the Inquisition progressively shaped jurisprudence, enabling the Tribunal to comprehend the constituting elements of new heresies. The Holy Office monitored the reception of the religious controversy in Spain and assessed its consequences because of the lack of consensus regarding faith. Under preachers’ surveillance, it looked after doctrinal uniformity. By taking legal actions against the alumbrados, the Tribunal of the Inquisition intended to identify the distinctive features of the beginnings of heresy in Spain.
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David Kahn. Actualiser l’hérésie au temps de la Réforme. Catholicité, innovations doctrinales et Inquisition dans l’Espagne de la première modernité, 1517-1530. Cahiers d’Études des Cultures Ibériques et Latino-américaines , IRIEC Institut de Recherche Intersite d’Études Culturelles, Université Paul-Valéry, 2018. ⟨hal-02007225⟩

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