Studies in Medieval Thought and Learning From Abelard to Wyclif

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Bloomsbury Publishing, 1 Tem 1981 - 446 sayfa
These fifteen essays range from Peter Abelard to John Wyclif. Beryl Smalley brings these men to life, uncovering what they read and what they thought and putting them into their historical context.
 

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Augustine and Abelard
1
2 A PseudoSibylline Prophecy of the Early Twelfth Century in the Life of Altman of Passau
9
Glose Ordinaire et Gloses Périmées
17
4 An Early TwelfthCentury Commentator on the Literal Sense of Leviticus
27
5 Ralph of Flaix on Leviticus
49
6 Ecclesiastical Attitudes to Novelty c 1100 c 1250
97
7 Gregory IX and the Two Faces of the Soul
117
8 William of Auvergne John of La Rochelle and St Thomas Aquinas on the Old Law
121
11 Which William of Nottingham?
249
12 John Baconthorpes Postill on St Matthew
289
13 Jean de Hesdin O Hosp S loh
345
14 Jean de Hesdin a Source of the Somnium viridarii
393
John Wyclifs Dilemma
399
Bibliography of Beryl Smalley
417
Pagination of Original Articles
423
Index
427

9 Oxford University Sermons 12901293
183
10 John Russel OFM
205

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