Although many of wyclifs writings were edited and published in the late 19th and early 20th centuries it has been the marked increase in recent decades in the study of both war and peace in the middle ages not least the morality of war and violence that has made a systematic study of his views desirable. John wyclif on war and peace royal historical society 2014 214pp 50 90 medieval writers attitudes towards war are relatively understudied this is especially troubling considering that much of our understanding of the conduct of medieval war is based on narratives and treatises. Book reviews john wyclif on war and peace by rory cox woodbridge sufolk uk boydell press for the royal historical society 2014 isbn 978 0 86193 9. Wyclifs rejection of just war doctrine has already been established thus much of the task of showing wyclif to be a pacifist is complete the purpose of this chapter then is to focus on the second sense of pacifism and to demonstrate wyclifs moral rejection of war. Rory cox john wyclif on war and peace royal historical society studies in history new series 90 royal historical society 2014 200 xiv pp 50 90 medieval writers attitudes towards war are relatively understudied
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