Social Theories of the Middle Ages Paperback

by Bede Jarrett;


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Social Theories of the Middle Ages

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Can the medieval world still speak to the modern? The implicit answer in Bede Jarrett's remarkable work, Social Theories of the Middle Ages, is a resounding "yes". Fascinating as a purely historical study, it serves also to present the foundation whereby Christendom began to articulate the vision of a different kind of common life.

Embedded in medieval doctrines regarding law, women, Christendom, art - and especially just war, property, money-making, and education - are principles that we would well relearn in the present age. By rediscovering the inner structure of such a society, we might forge our own adaptation of these principles in a new embodiment of distributist order. And in shaping such an alternative vision - one which can transcend the division and dehumanization of present political, economic, and social structures - there is no better starting-point than Social Theories of the Middle Ages.

Social Theories of the Middle Ages by Bede Jarrett was published by Angelico Press in April 2012. The ISBN for Social Theories of the Middle Ages is 9781887593397.

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Author / Artist
Book FormatPaperback / softback
PublisherAngelico Press (April 2012)
Weight376g
Number of Pages296
Thickness17 mm
Height216 mm
Width140 mm
ISBN9781887593397
ISBN-10188759339X
Product Code4263255
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