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1 2308-24) . I have not been able to consult J. Schweitzer, Nikolaus de Tudeschi (Strasbourg I 927) . 2 Pontano's Consilia have been reprinted more than once (Hain, Nos. 1 3 274-8). For his conciliarist opinions Cons. 5 2 1 -3 are the most important. The Tractatus super potestate universalis ecclesiae et generalium conciliorum I only saw in manuscript, Vat. lat. 4 1 1 8, fols. r r- 1 5 r; Vat. lat . 4905, fols. 1 r- r 6 11, each followed by the "Sermo" mentioned in R. , VOL. XIII, p. 568 n. 3 The long series of Segovia's writings on the Council opens with a memorial dated 1434, on the admission of papal legates.
5 On 23 October 1 492 Master John Kaltenmarkter, after his absolution in Rome by Cardinal Oliviero Carafa and Cardinal George of Lisbon, was ordered to make the following declaration : ' ' I disavow without any reservation what soever the following propositions, namely that the Council is above the Pope ; that the Pope may not invalidate a decision of a General Council. " 6 It should be noted that the University only moved in the matter at Rome's command and that the recantation refers only to an unqualified assertion of the above propositions, so that the door was left open for a qualified formulation of them.
1 3 - 1 7 and, more sutnmarily, p. 3 4, Opera (Basle 1 5 65), pp. 722 ff. , 734 ff. , 774; cf. Posch, Concordantia catholica, pp. 78- 1 26. E. Bohnenstadt's Kirche und Reich im Schrifttum des Nicolaus von Cues (Heidelberg 1 93 9) is little more than a mosaic of quotations in my opinion. 22 V I CTORY OF THE PAPACY O VER THE REF ORM COUNCttS a discovery of base adulators . Supreme power, as well as infallibility, belong to the General Council, which derives its authority directly from Christ, while it represents at the same time the unanimous agreement of all Christians.
A History of the Council of Trent, Volume I: The Struggle for the Council by Hubert Jedin