By Spencer E Young
At medieval universities, limitations frequently served to enhance divisions between competing teams and techniques. but the crossing of those barriers can also give you the foundation for fruitful exchanges. The essays during this quantity, contributed by means of experts from Europe and North the United States within the examine of medieval heritage, philosophy, theology, drugs and legislations, discover quite a few ways that limitations among disciplines, colleges and among city and dress have been either created and crossed at this new institutional shape. initially awarded on the 2008 convention held in Madison, Wisconsin, they show particularly the richness and power of highbrow existence at eu universities either prior to and after the mid-thirteenth century. participants are David Luscombe, Marcia L. Colish, Chris Schabel, Maarten J.F.M. Hoenen, Kent Emery, Jr., John E. Murdoch, Michael R. McVaugh, Danielle Jacquart, Kenneth Pennington, Karl Shoemaker, Robert E. Lerner, and Jurgen Miethke.
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IV and VI; Mark Zier, “Preaching by Distinction: Peter Comestor and the Communication of the Gospels,” Ephemerides Liturgicae 105 (1991), 301–29; idem, “Sermons of the Twelfth-Century Schoolmasters and Canons,” in The Sermon, ed. Beverly Mayne 38 marcia l. colish De fide catholica, with sections on these three non-Christians groups, to Count William VIII of Montpellier (1179–1202). Alan’s Distinctiones dictionum theologicarum, unlike other alphabetical biblical glossaries of the day, has a polemical tint; Alan dedicated it to Ermengaud, abbot of St.
81 Claude Lafleur and Joanne Carrier, Le « Guide de l’étudiant » d’un maître anonyme de la Faculté des Arts de Paris au XIII siècle. Édition critique provisoire du ms. Barcelona, Arxiu de la Corona d’Aragó, Ripoll 109, ff. 134–158, Publications du Laboratoire de Philosophie ancienne et médiévale de la Faculté de Philosophie de l’Université Laval 1 (Quebec, 1992), pp. 33–34, 47–50, 53–67. , L’enseignement de la philosophie au XIIIe siècle. Autour du « Guide de l’étudiant » du ms. Ripoll 109, Studia Artistarum 5 (Turnhout, 1997).
307–36. 88 SCHOLASTIC THEOLOGY AT PARIS AROUND 1200 Marcia L. Colish Our knowledge of Parisian scholastic theology around 1200 is uneven. Many works of contemporary masters still await edition. The dates of those securely attributed are often debated. And details of some of the masters’ lives are elusive. At the same time, research in this field of late, if not equally focused on all aspects of the subject, has expanded and has challenged older verities. 1 Ideally, before proposing one, it would be desirable to read all the works surviving from this period so as to chart patterns of development and to assess whether the topics engaging current scholarly interest are truly representative.