Education and society in the Middle Ages and Renaissance ; v. 36.
Essays originally presented at a conference held in Madison, Wisconsin in 2008.
Bibliography, etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references and indexes.
Formatted Contents Note
I. Philosophical and Theological Boundaries Crossing philosophical boundaries c. 1150-c. 1250 / David Luscombe Scholastic theology at Paris around 1200 / Marcia L. Colish Reshaping the Genre: Literary Trends in Philosophical theology in the fourteenth century / Chris Schabel Nominalism in cologne: the student notebook of Dominican Servatius Fanckel with an edition of a disputatio vacantialis held on July 14, 1480 "utrum in deo uno simplicissimo sit trium personarum realis distinctio" / Maarten J.F.M. Hoenen Cognitive theory and the relation between the scholastic and mystical modes of theology: why Denys the Carthusian outlawed durandus of Saint Pourçain / Kent Emery, Jr. II. Crossing Disciplinary Boundaries A skewed view: the achievement of late medieval science and philosophy as seen from the Renaissance / John E. Murdoch Medicine and arts in thirtheen century Paris / Michael R. McVaugh Medicine and theology / Daniel Jacquart Lex naturalis and ius naturale / Kenneth Pennington When the devil went to law school: Cannon Law and theology in the fourteenth century / Karl Shoemaker Antichrist goes to the University: the de victoria Christi contra antichristum of Hugo de Novocastro, OFM (1315/1319) / Robert E. Lerner III. Town and Gown The university of Heidelberg and the Jews: founding and financing the needs of a new university / Jürgen Miethke.
KJC6313 .C76 2011
Leiden ; Boston : Brill, 2011.
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