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|Named Person:||Roscelin; Anselme, saint|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Constant J Mews
|Notes:||Textes en anglais et en français.
Notes bibliogr. Index.
|Description:||XVIII-332 p. ; 23 cm.|
|Contents:||Contents: Introduction; Orality, literacy and authority in the 12th-century schools; Philosophy and theology 1100-1150: the search for harmony; An excerpt from Guibert of Nogent's Monodiae (III, 17) as an appendage to the De haeresibus of Augustine; In search of a name and its significance: a 12th-century anecdote about Thierry and Peter Abaelard; La bibliotheque du Paraclet du XIIIe siecle a la Revolution; St Anselm and Roscelin: some new texts and their implications, I. The De incarnatione verbi and the Disputatio inter Christianum et Gentilem; Nominalism and theology before Abaelard: new light on Roscelin of Compiegne; St Anselm, Roscelin and the See of Beauvais; The Trinitarian doctrine of Roscelin of Compiegne and its influence: 12th-century nominalism and theology re-considered; St Anselm and Roscelin of Compiegne: some new texts and their implications, II. A vocalist essay on the Trinity and intellectual debate, c.1080-1120; Index.|
|Series Title:||Variorum collected studies series, 730|
|Responsibility:||Constant J. Mews.|
'... the whole collection provides nuanced glimpses into various aspects of twelfth-century thought, careful analyses of a range of theological texts, and, cumulatively, a significant reappraisal of