The legacy of early Franciscan thought /

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Imprint:Berlin : De Gruyter, [2021]
Description:xii, 409 pages ; 25 cm.
Series:Veröffentlichungen des Grabmann-Institutes zur Erforschung der Mittelalterlichen Theologie und Philosophie, 0580-2091 ; volume 67
Veröffentlichungen des Grabmann-Institutes zur Erforschung der Mittelalterlichen Theologie und Philosophie ; Bd. 67.
Subject:Franciscans -- History -- 13th century.
Franciscans -- Theology -- History.
Summa theologica.
Summa theologica.
Format: Print Book
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Other authors / contributors:Schumacher, Lydia, editor.
Notes:Includes bibliographical references and index.
Summary:For generations, the influence of later medieval Franciscans on subsequent scholarly developments has been widely acknowledged. However, the legacy of early Franciscan thought, as it developed in Franciscan thinkers who worked in the first half of the 13th century, remains largely unknown. In this study, leading scholars of both periods in the Franciscan intellectual tradition join forces to illustrate the unique role that the early Franciscan tradition played in forming the later Franciscan tradition and the traditions that it influenced in turn. --Back Cover.
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9783110684889 ePub
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Table of Contents:
  • Acknowledgements
  • A Guide to Citing the Summa Halensis
  • Abbreviations
  • Introduction
  • Part I. Philosophy and Theology
  • The Creation of Matter in the Summa Halensis
  • The Soul-Body Union in the Summa Halensis
  • The Summa Halensis on Theology and the Sciences: The Influence of Aristotle and Avicenna
  • On Divine Immensity and Infinity in Relation to Space and Time: The Crossroad of the Summa Halensis
  • Providence in the Summa Halensis: Between Authority and Innovation
  • Suspended Beauty? The Mystery of Aesthetic Experience in the Summa Halensis
  • Free Will in the Summa Halensis
  • Odo Rigaldus at the University of Paris (c. 1220-48)
  • The Talmud in the Summa Halensis
  • Part II. The Legacy of the Summa Halensis
  • It's Not Just about Anselm: Aquinas' ST la, q. 2, ar. 1 and Early Franciscan Illumination Theory
  • The Possible and the Impossible: Potentia absotuta and potentia ordinate Under Close Scrutiny
  • The Metaphysics of the Incarnation in the Summa Halensis and its Place in the Later History of Christology
  • The Passions of the Will and the Passion of Christ in Franciscan Theology from the Summa Halensis to Duns Scotus
  • Franciscan Identity, Poverty and the Rational Will: From Summa Halensis to John Duns Scotus
  • What is Later Franciscan Theology? Ockham and the Early Franciscans
  • Intellectus agens triplex distinguitur: Early Franciscans and Avicenna in Petrus Hispanus' Theory of the Agent Intellect in the Scientia librl de anima
  • Alexander of Hales in the Book of Conformities of Bartholomew of Pisa
  • Gabriel Biel and the Summa Halensis
  • The Reception of the Summa Halensis in the Manuscript Tradition until 1450
  • Science, Philosophy and the Authority of the Early Franciscan Summa Halensis: Learning from the Past for the Sake of the Future
  • Contributor Biographies
  • Index