Mediaeval Commentaries on the Sentences of Peter Lombard: Current Research, Volume 1

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Gillian Rosemary Evans
Brill, 2002 - Biography & Autobiography - 548 pages
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This volume deals with the development of a major phenomenon of the medieval academic world, the adoption, after initial uncertainties, of the "Sentences" of the twelfth century Peter Lombard as the standard textbook of medieval theology, and the growth of a huge literature of commentary upon it from the thirteenth century. The first of two projected volumes is a survey of this literature and a series of studies of authors and their commentaries in the principal centres of Paris and Oxford and elsewhere, by modern scholars at the leading edge of current research. This should prove an indispensable resource for the future, bringing together as it does the "status quaestionis" on this literature.

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Contents

A Biographical Database
1
Die Sentenzen des Petrus Lombardus in der Diskussion
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The Sentenees Commentary 12501320 General Trends
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Copyright

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G.R. Evans, M.A. (Oxford), Ph.D. (1974), D. Litt. (1983) Oxford, Litt.D. (1983), Cambridge, formerly British Academy Research Reader in Theology (1986-8), FRHistS., FRSA, lectures in medieval theology and intellectual history in the University of Cambridge. She is the author of studies of patristic and medieval authors and of works on ecumenical theology and higher education issues, including Anselm and Talking about God, Augustine on Evil, the Language and Logic of the Bible, Bernard of Clairvaux.