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Nicolaus Cusanus on Faith and the Intellect : a Case Study in 15th-Century Fides-Ratio Controversy.

Author: K Meredith Ziebart
Publisher: Brill, 2013.
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In Edited byNicolaus Cusanus on Faith and the Intellect: A Case Study in 15th-Century Fides-Ratio ControversyEdited by, K.M. Ziebart presents an account of the Cusan epistemology as a fascinating late-medieval attempt to definitively harmonize faith and reason.
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Named Person: Nicholas, of Cusa Cardinal
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: K Meredith Ziebart
ISBN: 1306198550 9781306198554
OCLC Number: 865656151
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Contents: Machine generated contents note: Methodological Considerations & Organization of Study --
Nicolaus Cusanus and fides-ratio Dialectic in the Fifteenth Century --
Representations of Faith and Reason in Cusan Thought and the Appearance of a Problem --
Mysteria fidei: Faith and Reason in Book III of De docta ignorantia --
Faith and Reason in the Early Sermons --
Previous Scholarship on the Relationship of Faith and Reason in Cusan Thought --
pt. ONE FAITH AND REASON IN THE DEBATES AND CONTROVERSIES SURROUNDING THE RECEPTION OF CUSANUS' WORKS BY HIS CONTEMPORARIES --
1. The Cusanus-Wenck Debate --
Wenck and Conciliarism: The Political Motives Behind the Debate --
Wenck's Opposition to Lay Mysticism --
John of Gelnhausen and the Origin of the Debate --
Wenck's Response to De docta ignorantia: The De ignota litteratura --
Eckhardian/Beghardian "heresy" in De docta ignorantia --
Destruction of the Aristotelian Philosophy --
De ignota litteratura as a Document in the History of Fifteenth-Century Sectarian Religious Controversy --
Cusanus' Response to Johannes Wenck: The Apologia doctae ignorantiae and Idiota Treatises --
The Apologia doctae ignorantiae --
The Idiota Dialogues as Further Response --
Idiota de sapientia --
Idiota de mente --
ch. 1 Conclusion: The Cusanus-Wenck Debate, Apologia, and Idiota Treatises --
2. The Tegernsee Debate --
Background of the Debate --
The University of Vienna and Reform in Austria --
Conciliarism in Aggsbach's Criticism --
Reception of Cusanus' Works in the Monasteries, and the Development of the Debate --
Vincent's Tractate against Cusanus: The Impugnatorium laudatorii doctae ignorantiae --
Cusanus' De visione Dei --
ch. 2 Conclusion: Evaluating the Tegernsee Debate --
Conclusion to Part I Cusanus' Debates with Wenck and Aggsbach against the Background of Fifteenth-Century Theological Controversy --
pt. TWO BEYOND THE DEBATES: FAITH AND REASON AS MIRRORED IN CUSANUS' PHILOSOPHY AND THEOLOGY --
3. The Philosopher and the Idiot: The Role of Aristotelian Philosophy in the Philosophy and Theology of Cusanus --
Previous Views of Cusanus' Relationship to Aristotle --
References to Aristotle in Cusanus --
References to Aristotle in the Sermons --
References in the Sermons to the Ethics --
References in the Sermons to the Metaphysics --
References to Aristotle in the Treatises --
Aristotle and the coincidentia oppositorum --
On the Subject of Substance --
On the Subject of Forms/Universals --
On the Unity of the Intellectual Tradition --
ch. 3 Conclusion: Rethinking Cusanus and the Aristotelian Philosophy --
4. The Articulation of Faith and Reason in Cusan Predication --
Sermon 60: Ego resuscitabo eum in novissimo die (1446) --
Sermon 124: Venit filius hominis (1452) --
Sermon 129: Filii huius saeculi (1453) --
Sermon 130: Intravit Jesus (1453) --
Sermon 133: Ego si exaltatus fuere (1453) --
Sermon 134: Credidit ipse (1453) --
Sermon 135: Gaudete et exsultate (1453) --
Sermon 143: Nunc dimittis (1454) --
Sermon 148: Miserere mei fili David (1454) --
Sermon 189: Qui manducat hunc panem vivet in aeternum (1455) --
Sermon 193: Relictis omnibus secuti sunt eum (1455) --
Sermon 245: Crucifixus resurrexit (1456) --
Sermon 268: Sic currite, ut comprehendatis (1457) --
Sermon 275: Non sumus ancillae filii (1457) --
Sermon 289: Sic currite, ut comprehendatis (1459) --
ch. 4 Conclusion: Faith and Intellectual Fulfilment in the Later Sermons --
Conclusion: Conflict or Coherence? The Fusion of Faith and Reason in Cusan Philosophy and Theology --
APPENDICES --
Appendix 1 Chronological List of Letters and Works Related to the "Tegernsee" Debate on Mystical Theology --
Appendix 2 Edition and Translation of Excerpt from Johannes Wenck's Letter to John of Gelnhausen, 1442 (Wenck's Summary of the 17 `proposals' of Hans Franckfurter) --
Appendix 3 Translation of Excerpt from Letter of Vincent of Aggsbach to John Schlitpacher (of Weilheim), February 25, 1451 --
Appendix 4 Translation of Excerpt from the Impugnatorium Laudatorii in Letter of Vincent of Aggsbach to John Schlitpacher (of Weilheim), Dec. 19, 1454 --
Appendix 5 Translation of Excerpt from Letter of Vincent of Aggsbach to John Schlitpacher (of Weilheim), June 26, 1459 --
Appendix 6 Translation of Letter of Vincent of Aggsbach to John Schlitpacher (of Weilheim), Die 8. Michaelis, 1460 --
Appendix 7 Letter of Thomas Papler (Prior of Aggsbach) to John Schlitpacher (of Weilheim) --
Appendix 8 Translation of Notes Made by John Schlitpacher (of Weilheim) and Leopold Wydemann Summarizing the Stages of the Debate and Listing the Respective Major Treatises and Letters Involved.

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In Edited byNicolaus Cusanus on Faith and the Intellect: A Case Study in 15th-Century Fides-Ratio ControversyEdited by, K.M. Ziebart presents an account of the Cusan epistemology as a fascinating late-medieval attempt to definitively harmonize faith and reason.

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