Patrologiae cursus completus: sive biblioteca universalis, integra, uniformis, commoda, oeconomica, omnium SS. Patrum, doctorum scriptorumque eccelesiasticorum qui ab aevo apostolico ad usque Innocentii III tempora floruerunt ... [Series Latina, in qua prodeunt Patres, doctores scriptoresque Ecclesiae Latinae, a Tertulliano ad Innocentium III], Volume 211

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PL 211: monastic and scholastic in one! A for Absalom. A for austin. A for Abbot. Absalom left Paris. Went to Springiersbach (round Trier, now Carmelites). Reformed what he could, 1190 to 96. What you get here? Sermons! And the other big shot of the volume: Peter of Poitiers (d.1205) and his Sentences! What was theology, let us say, around 1170 in Paris? Outside the walls of the St. Victor monastery, wildly secular? Go to the university -- errr, actually, to the school of the Notre-Dame. Go and see! Enter the matrix! Sharp-minded young men, cool and brilliant, using logic like scalpel. Read like a chain of questions. Bored with the Lombard? Take this one: updated, redesigned, streamlined. But just carefully: Peter was a labirintus Franciae, like the Lombard (Walther said, a Victorine). Logomachia what he does. (See, J. Longére, P.S. Moore, Chenu...)  


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