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6 1 * ff. , but in the light of R. , XIII ( 1 943 ), pp. 1 08-37, the author of the treatise De potentia papae et concilii generalis is not Torquemada, under whose name it was indeed published at a later date, but Raphael de Pornaxio; see also Eckermann, Studien, pp . 1 28, I 5 0 and passim. 3 Eckermann, Studien, pp. I I I ff. , 1 34 ff. As Haller has pointed out, Eckermann has failed to collate the two editions of the Monarchia (Piero da Monte, p. 3 1). 26 V I CTORY OF THE PAPACY OVER THE REFORM COUN C I LS of problems had not been adequately worked 011t.
G. Sangiorgio (Lectura super 101 distinctionibus (Rome 1 493), distinctio xv, Nos. 1 2, 1 4) and Jacobazzi rely on him and quote him as "Cardinalis", a title by which Zabarella is usually designated. At the time of the Pisan attempt Pietro Quirini based on him the whole of his Tractatus super concilium generale (published by Mittarelli-Costadoni in Annales Camald, VOL. IX, Venice 1 773 , pp. 5 99-6 1 1 ) as did Bartolomeo Guidiccioni in 1 5 3 5 in his treatise De concilio for Paul I I I ; cf. my observations in Rivista di storia della Chiesa in Italia, I I ( 1 948), pp.
Posch, Concordantia catholica, pp. 1 63 ff. , and Heiler, Altkirchliche Autonomie, pp. 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.
A History of the Council of Trent, Volume I: The Struggle for the Council by Hubert Jedin