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Codex dipl. universitatis Cracoviensis, VOL. II, pp. 86 ff. 2 Codex dipl. universitatis Cracoviensis, VOL. 11, p. 94· 3 J . Aschbach, Geschichte der Wiener Universitat, VOL. I (Vienna 1 865), pp. ; Bressler, Die Stellung der deutschen Universitiiten, pp. 72 ff. 4 Historia rerum Friderici tertii imperatoris (Strasbourg 1 685), p. I O I . 5 Aschbach, Geschichte der Wiener Universitat, VOL. I, p. 236 f. 6 R. Kink, Geschichte der kaiserlichen Universitiit Wien, VOL. 1, ii (Vienna I 8 54), p. 26. SURVIVAL OF CONCIL IAR T ll E O R Y Vienna was still voicing the opinions of J(altenn1arkter i n the pulpit.
1 -4. , VOL. v, iii (Augsburg 1 729), p. 3 3 5 · 3 G . Ritter, "Romantische und revolutionare Elemente in der deutschen Theologie am Vorabend der Reformation", in Deutsche ViertelJahrsschrift fiir Literaturwissen schaft und Geistesgeschichte, v ( 1 927) , pp. 342-80. However, Ritter's assertion that the papal hierarchy "found no more loyal defenders than the German scholastics of the pre-reformation era" (p . 3 5 3 ), needs some qualification. Of the University of Louvain, founded in 1 43 2, H.
3 1 3 ff. , are too summ ary. 23 THE COUNCIL OF TRENT recourse t o the principle of divided authority. A papalist in the customary sense of the word he never became. Thus he continued to regard as fundamental the notion that the Pope exists for the building up of the Church a edificatio ecclesiae-and he would not forgo guarantees against a possible misuse of the primacy. 1 On the other hand his great journey through Germany as papal legate shows how seriously he took the work of reform to which the Pope was committed.