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  • Schools of Asceticism: Ideology and Organization in Medieval Religious Communities.
    Kaelber, Lutz (1998)
    University Park: Pennsylvania State University Press.

    Examines the Cathar and Waldensian movements.

    Associated Search Terms: Social movement; Protestant Ethic; Waldensian; Catholic, medieval; Monasticism; Weber, Max; Historical; Cathar
  • Other- and Inner-worldly Esceticism in Medieval Waldensianism: A Weberian Analysis.
    Kaelber, Lutz (1995)
    Sociology of Religion 56:2: 91-119.

    Describes the largely other-worldly asceticism of medieval Waldensian itinerant preachers & inner-worldly asceticism of the Austrian Waldensians.

    Associated Search Terms: Otherworldliness; Historical; Inner-worldly asceticism; Typology; Waldensian
  • Waldenser, Lollarden und Taboriten. Zum Sektenbegriff bei Weber und Troeltsch.
    Lerner, Robert E. (1988)
    In Wolfgang Schluchter (ed.) Max Webers Sicht des okzidentalen Christentums. Frankfurt: Suhrkamp/KNO, pp. 326-354.

    Associated Search Terms: Troeltsch, Ernst; Weber, Max; Taborite; Waldensian; Lollard; Sect
  • L'Héritage et la Dynamique Externe du Changement.
    Lalive d'Epinay, Christian (1973)
    Archives de sciences sociales des religions 36: 35-70.

    Analyzes the Waldensian community (Iris) in Chile & Argentina; based on participant observation & interviews.

    Associated Search Terms: Iris; Chile; Participant observation; Argentina; Waldensian
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