Costruire il consenso. Modelli, pratiche, linguaggi (secoli XI-XV)

Translated title of the contribution: [Autom. eng. transl.] Building consensus. Models, practices, languages (11th-15th centuries)

Maria Pia Alberzoni (Editor), R. Lambertini (Editor)

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Abstract

The examination of consensus-building in the Middle Ages was not only propaganda pressure from institutions that enjoyed absolute power. It was rather the interaction, sometimes conflictual, between a plurality of subjects and the different ways in which the community catalyzed and expressed consensus. Of particular importance were the rhetorical techniques in council communication and preaching. Bernd Schneidmüller's effective definition of medieval power as "konsensuale Herrschaft" is here put to the test and declined in the different systems of ecclesiastical and political government.
Translated title of the contribution[Autom. eng. transl.] Building consensus. Models, practices, languages (11th-15th centuries)
Original languageItalian
PublisherVita e Pensiero, Milano
Number of pages415
ISBN (Print)9788834338667
Publication statusPublished - 2019

Keywords

  • Consensus
  • Consensus languages
  • Empire and Kingdoms
  • Europa medievale
  • Impero e regni
  • Legislazione comunale
  • Linguaggi del consenso
  • Papacy in 11-15 centuries
  • communal législation
  • consenso
  • elezioni vescovili
  • episcopal elections
  • mdieval Europe
  • papato sec. XI-XV
  • rappresentazioni del consenso
  • representations of consensus
  • retorica del Consenso
  • rhetoric of Consensus

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