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Bearbeitet von Manuel Santos Noya
This volume studies the fascinating millenarian background to the early Rosicrucian pamphlets with special emphasis on their reception in the Baltic area, but also with reference to the original authors in Tübingen.
Edited by L.M. de Rijk
This volume contains the first critical edition of Girald Odonis (d. 1349), De intentionibus. Girald discusses the problems of conceptualization that the philosophers and theologians around 1300 were faced with in their attempts to show that the various concepts (intentiones) we use to describe ...
This study analyses 12th-century allegorical theory and practice in the context of a changing intellectual culture. By its interdisciplinary approach, it provides fascinating new insight into the diverse, complex, and creative reflections on understanding, knowledge, and language by 12th-century ...
Edited by Dominik Perler and Ulrich Rudolph
How did the reception of Aristotelian logic in the Arabic and Latin Middle Ages shape the development of theology? And how did theological issues influence the debates about logic and theories of argumentation? The contributions in this volume examine these questions on the basis of key texts, ...
Pauline C. Westerman
This book focusses on conceptual shifts in the successive formulations of natural law theory by Aquinas, Suárez, Grotius, Pufendorf, and Finnis, and reveals the accumulation of problems, inherent in natural law and theory, which ultimately led to its demise.
Hester Goodenough Gelber
This description of Dominicans at Oxford from 1300-1350 and the theology of Hugh of Lawton, Arnold of Strelley, William Crathorn and Robert Holcot reclaims the Dominicans as highly original contributors to theology and philosophy at a time of great innovation.
This book casts new light on the intellectual and theological reactions to geological discoveries in early nineteenth-century England, showing how accepted views of the creation were transformed and how the works of philosophers, poets and novelists reflected this transformation.
Edited by Berndt Hamm, Reinhold Friedrich and Andreas Puchta
Volume IV of the edition of Martin Bucer's letters covers the period from January to September 1530. The main emphasis is on the controversy over Communion from the Disputation in Marburg in 1529 until the end of the Augsburg Imperial Diet in 1530.
This volume provides the first critical edition of Boethius' De divione. It includes extensive prolegomena, a facing-page English translation, and detailed commentary. It contributes to our understanding of the transitional phase between ancient and medieval thought.
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