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Before and especially after the Council of Chalcedon, the East was prone to react in the Alexandrian way, that is show itself more favorable West always wanted to save, to say, to toward Monophysitism; the if one may so express it, the portion of the Nestorian truth consecrated by Chalcedon. The resistance to the condemnations of the Three Chapters desired by Justinian (Theo- and Illyricum. " ecclesiology. sacramental, a church of prayer with exigencies of especially aimed its militant Rome, held and to a at the edification its less attention to the itinerant state.
Tinople, the use of Latin was Thus, in Constan- restricted to administrative and 2 In the West, thanks to the monks who juridical formulae. came from the Neapolitan region and Sicily, there were al- ways men especially in Rome who understood Greek, and this language of prime importance for the sources of tra3 But dition was studied by numerous scholarly churchmen. unfortunately two it is a fact that the Christian world split in to the according to a line that practically corresponded were amazingly and the lacking in curiosity regarding the Latin Fathers, latter were scarcely better informed as to the Greeks.
10 vented It was the Greeks, they the heresies. all 11 The said, Greeks, for their part, accused the Latins of barbarism and lack of culture. West been overrun by the Fifth Century ? 12 and It barians of Roman Empire, so its schools of Antiquity without a Whereas the West, after being overrun by the barand resuming life with them, was in great part igno- rantwith Church erate the has often been noted that just as culture perpetuated those its Had not the barbarians since the beginning Constantinople perpetuated the break.