Emily O'Brien, "Aeneas Sylvius Piccolomini and the Histories of the Council of Basel" (pp.
Natacha-Ingrid Tinteroff takes up the topic of councils as liturgical and pneumatological events. Burns presents Angelo da Vallombrosa, an unwavering papalist in support of Pope Julius II (pp.
Her paper, "The Councils and the Holy Spirit: Liturgical Perspectives" (pp. 155-73), Jovino Miroy tries to establish a relationship between Cusa's (pp. Anxious to reconcile Cusa the philosopher with Cusa the canonist, Miroy sees Cusa's "Learned Ignorance" as "another way by which he redefined himself as a papalist" (p. Morimichi Watanabe contributes a concise survey on "Pope Eugenius IV, the Conciliar Movement, and the Primacy of Rome" (pp.
140-54), offers a theological reflection on the Church by comparing texts from Constance, Basel, and the Second Vatican Council and by emphasizing the "charismatic process" (p.
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Tierney contributes the afterword "Reflections on a Half Century of Conciliar Studies" (pp.