In the Garden of Evil: The Vices and Culture in the Middle Ages

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PIMS, 2005 - Philosophy - 568 pages
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Contents

Evagrius Ponticus and the Eight Generic Logismoi
3
Jean Gersons Analysis
13
Gregory Cassian and the Cardinal Vices
35
Moral Theology as Palaeopsychology
59
Representing Vice
74
The Seven Deadly Sins Between Pastoral Care and Scholastic
104
The Specchio de peccati
128
Preaching the Seven Deadly Sins
145
Hamartiology
293
On the Place of the Early Franciscans
324
Luxuria Ockham and the Scientists
349
Ira Furor and Discourses of Power
371
Drunkenness in France
393
Medieval Moralists on Envy
431
From an Occupational
455
Bibliography
463

Excuses for Sin Pastoral Rhetoric
170
Sodomy
193
Sin and the Vices in the Middle English Mystics
206
Catalogues of Demons as Catalogues of Vices in Medieval
277
Indices
539
Contributors
567
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