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Homo spiritualis. A comparative study of the anthropology of Johannes Tauler, Jean Gerson and Martin Luther (1509-16) in the context of their theological thought.

Author: Steven E Ozment
Publisher: Leiden, E.J. Brill, 1969.
Series: Studies in medieval and Reformation thought, v. 6.
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Ozment, Steven E.
Homo spiritualis.
Leiden, E.J. Brill, 1969
(OCoLC)645796844
Named Person: Johannes Tauler; Jean Gerson; Martin Luther; Martin Luther; Johannes Tauler; Jean Gerson; Martin Luther; Jean de Gerson; Jean Tauler; Martin Luther; Johannes Gerson; Martin Luther; Johannes Tauler
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Steven E Ozment
OCLC Number: 19658
Description: vii, 226 pages 25 cm.
Contents: Homo spiritualis nititur fide --
The search for the demarcation line --
Part One: Johannes Tauler --
I. The construction of a natural 'covenant' --
Pre-creaturely being: uncreatedness in God --
Gemuete and Grunt --
Conclusions --
II. The order of salvation --
The strategic way and goal --
Sola gratia? --
III. The Unio Mystica --
Disciple of Bernard of Clairvaux? --
Gelicheit and Meinen --
Suspension of the potentia Dei ordinata --
Weselich union with God --
The reconciliation of divine mercy and judgment: Tauler and Luther --
Summary --
Part Two: Jean Gerson --
IV. The project of a mystical theology --
V. A Deo Exivit: The assumption of a natural 'covenant' --
VI. The anatomy of the soul --
The quest for the purer power --
Intelligentia simplex --
Ratio --
Sensualitas --
Synderesis --
Appetitus rationalis --
Appetitus sensualis --
The correlative and reciprocal operation of the powers of the soul --
The effects of original sin --
The actiones of the six powers of the soul --
VII. The Unio Mystica --
Rapture --
Union --
The duplex character of mystical theology --
Cognitio Dei experimentalis: "une doctrine d'esprit scotiste?" --
Summary --
Part Three: Martin Luther (1509-16) --
VIII. The dualism in the Dictata super Psalterium --
A. W. Hunzinger and Gerhard Ebeling --
The neoplatonic thesis: a closer look --
Homo secundum animam --
The existentialist thesis: its relevance and its weakness --
Substantia --
Memoria --
Intellectus and affectus --
Superbia and sensus proprius versus fides and spes --
Law and gospel --
The 'dualism' sought in the Dictata --
IX. The issue of a natural 'covenant' --
Christ and the synteresis --
Natural 'covenant' in the Dictata: a real issue? --
Duplex peccatum and duplex confessio --
Synteresis in the Dictata: two qualifications --
Clamor and spes: the absence of a natural 'covenant' --
X. Homini facienti quod in se est, Deus infallibiliter dat gratiam? --
The problem --
Bonitas: a proprium Dei --
The scholia on psalm 84: the invocation of the extra nos --
Clamare: congruentia coram Deo --
The simultaneity of opposites --
Conclusion --
XI. Homo Spiritalis --
"Christus enim non nisi in peccatoribus habitat" --
Iustitia coram Deo and the vires hominis --
Iustitia coram Deo and the actiones and merita hominis --
Luther and Tauler --
Luther and the 'scholastics' --
Faith and hope: agreement with the 'adversary' --
Conclusion.
Series Title: Studies in medieval and Reformation thought, v. 6.
Responsibility: By Steven E. Ozment.

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