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Les origines de la licentia docendi aux XIe et XIIe siècles

Abstract : In 1179, the Third Lateran Council established the canonical procedure of the ‘licentia docendi’. This ecclesiastical authorization had to be issued free of charge to any person who requested it. In return, no one could teach publicly without an explicit agreement of an ecclesiastical authority. If the posterity of this procedure is well known, its origins have not given rise to much research. This study precisely makes it possible to understand how the ‘licentia docendi’, as it was gradually defined by the papacy, systematized ecclesiastical and secular practices that emerged from the end of the eleventh century.
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Thierry Kouamé. Les origines de la licentia docendi aux XIe et XIIe siècles. Florence Demoulin-Auzary; Nicolas Laurent-Bonne; Franck Roumy. Proceedings of the Fifteenth International Congress of Medieval Canon Law, Series C, 16, Biblioteca Apostolica Vaticana, pp.1099-1113, 2021, Monumenta Iuris Canonici. ⟨halshs-02972999⟩

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