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The Inquisition and the Renaissance

Alexander Murray

in Proceedings of the British Academy, Volume 131, 2004 Lectures

Published by British Academy

Published in print December 2005 | ISBN: 9780197263518
Published online February 2012 | e-ISBN: 9780191734021 | DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5871/bacad/9780197263518.003.0003

Series: Proceedings of the British Academy

The Inquisition and the Renaissance

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This lecture attempts to reveal that the Inquisition and the Renaissance were two aspects of one phenomenon, which is the halting emergence of a new entity, the territorial state. The lecture first describes the Inquisition and how it affected the sixteenth-century Renaissance. The element of violence, or killing people, is also examined. The second part of the lecture has a brief word about the creation of the Inquisition. It reviews two important elements that resulted from the Inquisition and what happened to the Inquisition once it had been invented. The lecture ends by examining certain states, including France and the papal state in Italy.

Keywords: Inquisition; Renaissance; territorial state; element of violence; creation of the Inquisition; papal state; important elements

Chapter.  17322 words. 

Subjects: Social and Cultural History

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