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Herausgegeben von Gudrun Litz, Heidrun Munzert und Roland Liebenberg
The history of belief, piety, and theology (Frömmigkeitsgeschichte) has long stood in the center of Erlangen church historian Berndt Hamm’s research interest. Inspired by his work, scholars from Europe and the U.S. have produced this interdisciplinary volume covering topics from the early Middle ...
This study analyses Meister Eckhart's doctrine on "the eternal birth of God in the soul" in order to draw a comprehensive picture of how it is rooted in the medieval philosophical discussions about the relation between epistemology and ethics.
This study contextualizes Konrad of Megenberg’s “Book of Natural Things” within the natural philosophy practiced by the Faculty of Arts in the 14th century. Albert the Great and texts of ps.-Albert emerge as significant in this interpretation.
Maximilian Schuh, Universität Göttingen
Aneignungen des Humanismus locates the adoption and application of new educational ideas within the social, economic and institutional framework of the late medieval University of Ingolstadt.
Marek Wejwoda, University of Leipzig
Using the example of the Saxon jurist Dietrich von Bocksdorf the book examines the legal practice of a jurist and the precise significance of learned jurisprudence in late medieval Germany. It thereby provides new insights into a fundamental change in european history: The emergence of a ...
Dealing with the relation between monastic reform and manuscript production in southwestern Germany during the period from the 9th to the early 16th century, this book, a series of case studies, offers an original contribution to a "topography" of mediaeval literacy and book culture of the area ...
General reflections on the medieval university are followed by 8 studies of Central and East Central centers and conclude with 4 social-historical and prosopographical papers.
Édité par Patrick Gilli, Jacques Verger et Daniel Le Blévec
The incorporation of universities into medieval cities produced specific difficulties for and benefits to urban communities. Ranging from Coimbra to Prague, the case studies collected in this volume examine the particular forms of contact between two institutions which marked the Middle Ages.
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