Saint Anselm-- His Orgins and Influence
John R. Fortin
E. Mellen Press, 2001 - Literary Collections - 235 pages
A selection of 14 papers from a March-April 2000 conference in Manchester, English explores themes related to the philosopher and theologian Anselm of Canterbury (1033-1109). The keynote address discusses Anselm and keeping order in the real world. Other topics include his spiritual metaphysics, dynamic form and content in Proslogion, his 13th-century interlocutors on divine Intelligere and Dicere, and Karl Barth's Anselmic rationality. Two of the presentations are by undergraduates. No index is provided. The text is double spaced. c. Book News Inc.
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Anselm and Keeping Order in the Real World
Anselms Spiritual Metaphysics
Anselms Patristic Doctrine of Atonement
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