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The Journal of Medieval Religious Cultures has been in continuous publication for over forty years. The journal chiefly publishes peer-reviewed essays on mystical and devotional texts, especially but not exclusively of the Western Middle Ages.
Religion and technological develo The development of technology in China and Europe increasingly diverged after about This article argues that this divergence can not only be explained by economic variables such as relative prices of fuel and labour. Variations in religious contexts in China and Europe mattered too. Contrary to views of many historians and theologians, however, the key factor cannot be found in differences in beliefs and values in religious traditions. More relevant were differences in the impact of religious institutions and in the role of communications and movements of people related to religious traditions.
Sitemap Help Credits. The Norton Anthology of Western Literature. The Western values of individualism, consensual government, and a recognition of religious differences began to emerge during the Middle Ages. People in the Renaissance named the period the Middle Ages because it was considered a culturally empty time that separated the Renaissance from the Classical past, which it admired. The Middle Ages is mistakenly thought of as a culturally homogeneous period, but this period contains many different kinds of people of many different cultures. As the Middle Ages developed, the Catholic Church gradually extended its spiritual and institutional authority across most of Europe. Literature The individual literary masterpieces and traditions of writing that continue to define Western literature emerged during the Middle Ages.
Averroes: Resolving Conflicts between Philosophy and Scripture. For around 1, years, the story of philosophy in Europe had been that of the Greek thinkers, beginning with the Presocratics on through those in Hellenistic and Roman times. However, as Christianity swept through the Roman Empire, by around CE the face of philosophy dramatically changed, along with every other cultural institution of the time. This new phase of philosophy also lasted for about 1, years, and is called medieval philosophy , named after the medieval period of European history. The transition from Greek to medieval philosophy was a rough one, and it exhibits a love-hate relationship that Christian culture had with Greek civilization right from the start. On the hate side, Christianity brought with it a cultural and intellectual tradition from the land of Israel that was very much at odds with Greek ways of thinking.
How and why did society in medieval Europe change? Europe's medieval period Christianity became ancient Rome's official religion in the 4th century CE. Most people in Europe then culture and the Celts in Britain. Avars and Slavs.
The period we are going to study this week is called the Middle Ages. By this term, historians generally mean to denote the history of Western Europe from the end of the Roman Empire in the west until the Italian Renaissance: roughly, AD. So in its origins, the concept of the Middle Ages frames the period negatively as a time of cultural backwardness, a period in which the accomplishments of classical civilization were eclipsed by ignorance and superstition. This was the view of fifteenth-century elites.
Christian culture is the cultural practices common to Christianity. There are variations in the application of Christian beliefs in different cultures and traditions. Christianity played a prominent role in the development of Western civilization , in particular the Roman Catholic Church and Protestantism. The notion of "Europe" and the "Western World" has been intimately connected with the concept of " Christianity and Christendom " many even attribute Christianity for being the link that created a unified European identity. Though Western culture contained several polytheistic religions during its early years under the Greek and Roman Empires , as the centralized Roman power waned, the dominance of the Catholic Church was the only consistent force in Western Europe.
After the fall of the Western Roman Empire in , the Catholic Church became a powerful social and political institution and its influence spread throughout Europe. The contemporary Catholic Church says that it is the continuation of the early Christian community established by Jesus. Christianity spread throughout the early Roman Empire despite persecutions due to conflicts with the pagan state religion. In , the struggles of the early church were lessened by the legalization of Christianity by the Emperor Constantine I.
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