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This paintings examines Pierre d'Ailly's (1351-1420) perspectives on bishops, theologians, and canon attorneys, now not essentially of their conciliar context yet in the broader dimensions in their person prestige, workplace, and authority in the Church.These perspectives additionally spread, in various levels, in the apocalyptic context of his concept and bring about a choice for either pastoral and private reform, in particular for the episcopacy.This name, additionally, unearths strongapostolic and evangelical impacts, in particular these of the Franciscans and the Brethren of the typical existence, and provides a particular measurement to the wide range of past due medieval reform ideologies which, whereas having a few impact on the Council of Constance, contributed seriously to the reform decrees of Trent.
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3122, fols 97r–97v. church and reform: the apocalyptic context 29 that the scriptural sources and the experiences of the Church upon which he based his arguments could not provide certitude on the matter but only a degree of probability. His cautious response in this regard, however, must be seen within the nominalistic context of his thought. Given the more stringent norms for certitude required by nominalism, it is not surprising that he would take such a stand with regard to his sources. 43 By the time of his Advent Sermon of 1385, d’Ailly’s reﬂections on the knowability of the time for the arrival of the Antichrist and the EndTimes had become more positive.
53 A third advantage which d’Ailly sees in knowing the arrival of the last times is that such knowledge would move obstinate sinners to conversion. He humorously compares hardened sinners to horses and asses. Such animals, he states, are rarely moved by the melodious and soothing sounds of a lyre. Only loud blasts of music from instruments such as trumpets spur them into action. With hardened sinners, therefore, the ordinary preaching and exhortations of the Church to conversion serve to no avail.
Francis is Joachim of Fiore. 23 All other references to Joachim are very general and give no indication of the precise work drawn upon. As with Hildegard of Bingen, d’Ailly normally utilizes Joachim as support for his interpretation of the Church’s history in terms of successive persecutions but he expands that interpretation by incorporating the period of the Schism. He does not, however, adopt the Joachimite tripartite division of the Church’s history in terms of the ages of the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit.