Laster im Mittelalter

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Contents

Christoph Flüeler Einleitung
10
Bruno Boerner Lasterdarstellungen in der mittelalterlichen
65
Richard Newhauser The Capital Vices as Medieval Anthropology
105
FranzJosef Schweitzer Das Lehrgedicht Des Teufels Netz
125
Christian Schäfer Die Hauptlasterlehre des Thomas von Aquin
139
Karl Uhl Die Laster des Fürsten Theorie und Praxis
167
Durch des nuez willen seines
187
Stan Benfell Avarice Justice and Poverty in Dantes Comedy
201
Abkürzungen bibliographischer Angaben
231
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About the author (2009)

Christoph Flüeler und Martin Rohde ,Université de Fribourg, Schweiz.

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