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  • Passiones animaeby Christian Schäfer; Martin Thurner

    De Gruyter 2013; US$ 168.00

    This volume examines the theory of the passions through diverse strands of medieval philosophy and theology, from the Aristotelian scholastic tradition to the Platonic tradition, including the spiritual and monastic literature of the Middle Ages. The essays highlight the anthropological and moral philosophical relevance of previously overlooked... more...

  • Die benediktinische Klosterreform im 15. Jahrhundertby Franz Xaver Bischof; Martin Thurner

    De Gruyter 2013; US$ 112.00

    A major concern at the great Councils of the late Middle Ages was the reform of monastic life. Starting from the Italian Benedictine Abbey of Subiaco, these efforts were broadly mirrored in German-speaking monasteries. They evolved into centers of reform (Melk, Tegernsee, St. Gallen) in which the Rule of Saint Benedict developed new spiritual... more...

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