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The formation of a persecuting society

R. I. Moore

The formation of a persecuting society

power and deviance in Western Europe, 950-1250

by R. I. Moore

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Published by B. Blackwell in Oxford, UK, New York, NY, USA .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Power (Social sciences) -- History,
  • Persecution -- Europe -- History,
  • Deviant behavior -- History,
  • Europe -- Social conditions -- To 1492

  • Edition Notes

    StatementR.I. Moore.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationviii, 168 p. ;
    Number of Pages168
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL23811598M
    ISBN 100631171452

    In this new edition, R. I. Moore updates and extends his original argument with a new, final chapter, "A Persecuting Society". Here and in a new preface and critical bibliography, he considers the impact of a generation's research and refines his conception of the "persecuting society" accordingly, addressing criticisms of the first edition. Key aspects of Formation of a Persecuting Society and No god but God Introduction: Persecution was one of the major attributes of medieval society. The books such as “No God But God,” written by Reza Aslan or the book “The Formation of a Persecuting Society,” written by R.I. Moore, are among the finest elaborations of the.

    The Formation of a Persecuting Society The Formation of a Persecuting Society. This was an occasion not only of extraordinary pleasure and satisfaction to me, but of brilliance from all the speakers and lively and satisfying discussion. I am immensely grateful to everybody concerned. R. I. Moore’s The Formation of a Persecuting Society () has become a classic in Medieval book is a study of “the growth of mentalities and mechanisms of persecution” in 11 th and 12 th century Western Europe as a result of profound social changes such as political centralization and bureaucratization, but also the rise of the Christian literati.

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R.I. Moore's, The Formation of a Persecuting Society, examines an increase in persecution in medieval European society between and Moore argues the institutionalization of the state came about through group-based persecution of inferior by:   The Formation of a Persecuting Society book.

Read 22 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. The 10th to the 13th centuries in Europe saw /5. The Formation of a Persecuting Society: Authority and Deviance in Western Europe - Kindle edition by Moore, Robert I.

Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading The Formation of a Persecuting Society: Authority and Deviance in Western Europe /5(15).

beyond what was expressed in the book to what might be implied by the label ‘persecuting society,’ applied either to Europe or any other. In short, like most serious historical writing, The Formation of a Persecuting Society reported work and thought in progress.

What historians write is always incomplete and provisional, but thisFile Size: 1MB. The Formation of a Persecuting Society. Power and Deviance in Western Europe, (Book).

Murray, Alexander // English Historical Review;Jul90, Vol. Issuep Reviews the book 'The Formation of a Persecuting Society. Power and Deviance in Western Europe, ,' by R.J. Moore. Honest to God.

(Book Review). "The main argument of The Formation of a Persecuting Society was, and is, that the persecutions of heretics, Jews, lepers, sodomites, and others in the twelfth- and thirteenth-century Europe cannot be considered independently of one another, as they almost always had been hitherto" (Moore, ).

This is the central theme of Moore's book as he /5(14). The Formation of a Persecuting Society: Authority and Deviance in Western and explained in terms of the problems which their victims presented to medieval society. In this stimulating book, first published in and now widely regarded as a a classic in medieval history, R.

Moore argues that the coincidences in the treatment of these. Moore, The Formation of a Persecuting Society (Oxford; Basil Blackwell, ). The modern study of history seems built upon a paradox: it strives to sweep aside accepted and longstanding generalizations, supposedly based on unsupported opinion, but replaces these with new generalizations, purportedly based on qualitative and quantitative.

In this new edition, R. Moore updates and extends his original argument with a new, final chapter, "A Persecuting Society".

Here and in a new preface and critical bibliography, he considers the impact of a generation's research and refines his conception of the "persecuting society" accordingly, addressing criticisms of the first edition/5(2).

The Formation of a Persecuting Society is the result of years of research within this area.I came across this book during the first year of my history degree. It instantly became one of the most enjoyable and informative books that I had ever read/5(18). "The main argument of The Formation of a Persecuting Society was, and is, that the persecutions of heretics, Jews, lepers, sodomites, and others in the twelfth- and thirteenth-century Europe cannot be considered independently of one another, as they almost always had been hitherto" (Moore, ).

This is the central theme of Moore's book as he /5(14). His previous books include The Birth of Popular Heresy (), The Origins of European Dissent () and The Formation of a Persecuting Society: Power and Deviance in Western Europe, ().

He is also General Editor of the Blackwell History of the World series.4/5(2). Abstract. This reappraisal of The Formation of a Persecuting Society () argues that R. Moore’s book fundamentally reshaped how medievalists think about the repression of heresy and of various “others” in medieval society.

It notes also, however, that the book has often been misread as an exemplar of “Foucauldian gloom” and as representing Author: John H. Arnold.

R.I Moore's The Formation of a Persecuting Society was first published in to great fanfare. "This is an important work," began one review, if I remember correctly, in the leading medieval journal Speculum.

Moore's thesis centers on "the formation of a /5(14). The Formation of a Persecuting Society by Robert I. Moore,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide/5(). R.I. Moore’s centralized thought in The Formation of a Persecuting Society is based on two ideas: that Europe became a persecuting society during the twelfth and thirteenth centuries, and that the spirit of persecution remains in modern European society today.

Moore does not discard the fact that persecution existed in the region prior to those centuries; however he notes that early. beyond what was expressed in the book to what might be implied by the label ‘persecuting society,’ applied either to Europe or any other.

In short, like most serious historical writing, The Formation of a Persecuting Society reported work and thought in progress. What historians write is always incomplete and provisional, but this.

Inthe historian Robert Ian Moore published The Formation of a Persecuting Society: Power and Deviance in Western Europe,arguing the well-known thesis that, although persecution has been a part of practically all early western societies, it was in the eleventh and twelfth centuries that violence became institutionalized in.

The Formation of a Persecuting Society was still in proof when Angeliki Laiou, at Harvard, stimulated what has been the most fruit-ful and widest ranging of my reconsiderations, the comparison between Latin Europe and other complex civilizations, by pointing out that I was mistaken in asserting that religious persecution wasFile Size: KB.

The Formation of a Persecuting Society: Authority and Deviance in Western Europe2nd Edition Robert I. Moore ISBN: January Wiley-Blackwell Pages. Buy a cheap copy of The Formation of a Persecuting Society: book by R.I.

Moore. The tenth to the thirteenth centuries in Europe saw the appearance of popular heresy and the establishment of the Inquisition, the expropriation and 4/5(1).Robert Ian "Bob" Moore FRHistS (born ), most commonly known as R.

I. Moore, is a British historian who is Professor Emeritus of History at Newcastle specialises in medieval history and has written several influential works on the subject of heresy.

Moore was a pioneer in the UK of the teaching of world history to undergraduate students, has published numerous Alma mater: Merton College, Oxford.In R.I. Moore’s book, The Formation of a Persecuting Society, he explains how eleventh and twelfth centuries witnessed persecution that became a part of Western Europe’s society at least until the middle of the twentieth cs, Jews, and other minorities were considered enemies of the state and church.

It appears that any group of people who had different .