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Ростов-на-Дону: Иосиф, 2009. — 41 с. Тот факт, что христианское богословие, подымая очи к Небу, умосозерцает Город, а не Острова блаженных и не Райские кущи, - сам по себе свидетельствует о том, что христианство есть учение политическое. А утверждение Учителя о том, что Город внутри нас есть, отмечает это учение и как социально-психологическое, - поскольку говорит о душе человека...
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Париж: Журнал "Символ" №33, 1995. — 184 с. В представлении многих людей имя Фомы Аквинского тесно связано со схоластикой, а само это слово зачастую служит весьма отрицательным определением западной теологии, сводящим ее чуть ли не к абстрактной игре понятиями, лишенными живого содержания. Здесь мы не будем заниматься апологетикой схоластики. Заметим лишь, что, например, любое...
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Киев: Книгоиздательство И. И. Симоненко, 1919. — 209 с. Периоды истории философии Искание успокоения Согласование разногласного Жажда божественного Порабощение боговластием
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Oxford University Press, 2002. — 225 p. Anthony Kenny offers a critical examination of Thomas Aquinas's influential account of being, arguing that it suffers from systematic confusion. Because of the centrality of the doctrine, this has implications for other parts of Aquinas's philosophical system. Kenny's clear and incisive study dispels the confusion and offers philosophers and...
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Oxford University Press, 2009. — 250 p. Born in Saxony in 1096, Hugh became an Augustinian monk and in 1115 moved to the monastery of Saint Victor, Paris, where he spent the remainder of his life, eventually becoming the head of the school there. His writings cover the whole range of arts and sacred science taught in his day. Paul Rorem offers a basic introduction to Hugh's...
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2nd edition. — Torinto, Canada: Pontifical Institute of Mediaeval Studies, 1982. — 455 p. In this outline of the history of medieval philosophy from St. Augustine to the Renaissance, Part One, "The Age of the Fathers," is devoted to St. Augustine, Boethius, Erigena, St. Anselm, Peter Abelard and the School of Chartres. Part Two, "The Coming of the Schoolmen," introduces the reader...
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Париж: Журнал "Символ" №33, 1995. — 184 с. В представлении многих людей имя Фомы Аквинского тесно связано со схоластикой, а само это слово зачастую служит весьма отрицательным определением западной теологии, сводящим ее чуть ли не к абстрактной игре понятиями, лишенными живого содержания. Здесь мы не будем заниматься апологетикой схоластики. Заметим лишь, что, например, любое...
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University of North Texas, 2013. — 20 p. Hugh of Saint-Victor (c. 1096-1141) was a highly influential, monk, scholar, and teacher at the famous abbey school of Saint-Victor in Paris, whose life and works have been the subject of numerous studies. A copy of his texts, De Archa Noe and Libellus de formatione archae, created at St. Albans Monastery in the second half of the twelfth...
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Oxford: Institute of Historical Research, 2013. — 17 p. This article hopes to continue the tradition of Bible commentary scholarship initiated by Beryl Smalley by considering three exegetes from the late twelfth century who commented on Abraham’s lie to the Egyptians (Genesis XII:13). Augustine’s exegesis on this passage prompted Hugh of St. Victor, Peter the Chanter and Stephen...
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Опубликовано в издании: Theological Studies. — 2008. — Vol. 69. — P. 528-556. In his brief, On the Four Wills in Christ, Hugh of St. Victor (d. 1141) offers a carefully nuanced depiction of Jesus’ human nature that showcases his human capacity for compassion. Hugh is keen, however, not only to underscore Jesus’ human capacity for compassion but also to identify such fellow-feeling...
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Villanova, PA: Patristic, Medieval and Renaissance Conference, 2011. — 14 p. The concept of natura oscillates near the center of the various Platonisms of the fabled 12th century renaissance, particularly in connection with the idea of the anima mundi, the world soul, recovered from the Timaeus and the writings of Plotinus. This paper intends to examine the connection of these two...
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2013. — 25 p. Выходные данные не указаны. The last one hundred years have seen an increased interest in the role of the Trinity in Christian faith and spirituality. From Rahner to Barth, from Zizioulas to LaCugna, attempts have been made to wrest the Trinity from the musings of peripatetics and to place it rightfully at the center of the Christian life. The Catechism of the...
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Mediaeval Studies. — 2011. — Vol. 73. — P. 217-260. In his Metalogicon, John of Salisbury praises the "brother theologians" Anselm and Ralph of Laon as "most shining lights of Gaul, who have lent lustre to Laon and whose memory is happy and blessed." Anselm of Laon (+ 1117) pursued an outstanding career at Laon: his cursus honorum took him from master of the cathedral school to...
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Опубликовано в издании: Holcomb Justin S., David A. Johnson (eds.) Christian Theologies of the Sacraments: A Comparative Introduction. — New York: New York University Press, 2017. — P. 59-80. As his name suggests, Peter Lombard hailed from the northern Italian region of Lombardy, where he was born in the village of Lumellogno around 1095/1100. His early years cannot be...
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Опубликовано в издании: Independent Study. — 2012. — 598B-B. — Box# 246. — 36 p. Naturally the longer the Catholic tradition prevailed the number of doctors and theological topics increased and with them the number of opinions [sententiae]. And so, as these opinions multiplied with the years the theological genre of ‘sentence collection’ was developed aiming at the collection and...
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Опубликовано в издании: Sententiae. — 2018. — Vol. 37:1. — P. 6-18. «Peter Lombard’s literary and intellectual legacy has been studied rather diligently since the appearance of Marcia Colish’s magisterial two-volume monograph and Philipp Rosemann’s more accessive, yet equally rigorous studies. As a complement to the flow of new publications in the wake of the global “Lombard...
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Опубликовано в издании: International Journal of Systematic Theology. — 2015. — Vol.17 N. 2. — P. 152-175. Abstract: Peter Lombard argued that Christ merited his own exaltation. Since all humans attain their end by merit, and since Christ was true man, it follows that Christ merited exaltation for himself. Calvin repeatedly rejects this idea, arguing that Lombard obscures the...
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Опубликовано в издании: The Australasian Catholic Record. — P. 83-90. Год издания и номер тома не указаны. The purpose of this brief study is to ascertain Peter Lombard’s understanding of what the Christian doctrine of creation means and his judgment about whether pagan philosophers were able to reach this doctrine through the light of natural reason. Lombard’s views on creation...
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Опубликовано в издании: Journal of Moral Theology. — 2016. — Vol. 5, No. 1. — P. 65-85. Ulrich Leinsle begins his Introduction to Scholastic Theology with an attempt to define scholasticism over the course of fifteen pages, only coming to conclude that “an unequivocal definition of ‘Scholasticism’ does not seem possible.” This lack of clarity has a simple explanation. Though...
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Опубликовано в издании: Sententiae. — 2017. — Vol. 36:1. — P. 17-30. A medieval student had to officially become a theologian through the process of composing and presenting a commentary on the Bible, while being a baccalaureus biblicus (the first level of theological studies in medieval universities), and, later, on the Book of Sentences of Peter Lombard, while being a...
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Brill, 2005. — 400 p. — ISBN 10: 9004143270; ISBN 13: 9781429452908. This volume analyses the renewal of Western moral thought in the twelfth century. This renewal was marked by a burgeoning of increasingly systematized texts, a lively reception of ancient moral philosophy and a greater emphasis on the psychology of the moral agent. Five contributions are devoted to monastic...
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Dordrecht, Holland: D. Reidel Publishing Company, 1969. — 108 p. — ISBN-13: 978-94-010-3386-2; 978-94-010-3384-8. Peter Abelard (1079–1142) was an influential philosopher, writer, teacher, and abbot in the Middle Ages. His wit was praised, but his unorthodox approach to theology and his criticism of many of his contemporaries kept him in near-constant trouble. Abelard is one of...
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Springer-Science+Business Media, B.Y., 2003. — 235 p. — ISBN 13: 978-94-017-0239-3. Abelard is one of the foremost protagonists of the "twelfth-century Renaissance". He 'picks up the baton' from Boethius resuming the activity of commenting on Aristotle's works. The present book focuses on the logical-grammatical analysis of natural language, which for Abelard is a fragment of...
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Cambridge University Press, 2008. — 375 p. Peter Abelard conducted many analyses of Scriptural and Patristic teachings, and achieved an extensive rapprochement between Christian and pagan thought. His public career was ended in 1140 by an ecclesiastical condemnation, but this touched upon the central issues facing the early leaders of the medieval scholastic movement and Abelard's...
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Cambridge University Press, 1970. — 415 p. Peter Abelard conducted many analyses of Scriptural and Patristic teachings, and achieved an extensive rapprochement between Christian and pagan thought. His public career was ended in 1140 by an ecclesiastical condemnation, but this touched upon the central issues facing the early leaders of the medieval scholastic movement and Abelard's...
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Brill, 2018. — 284 p. — (Investigating Medieval Philosophy 12.) In Animal Rationality: Later Medieval Theories 1250-1350, Anselm Oelze offers the first comprehensive and systematic exploration of theories of animal rationality in the later Middle Ages.
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Санкт-Петербург: Женский проект: Алетейя, 2014. — 240 с. — ISBN 978-5-91419-847-0. Роджер Бэкон (1214?—1292?) - монах-францисканец, одинокий бунтарь, человек своего времени, прозванный «достойным удивления» - Doctor mirabilis. В пределах этой культуры располагаются феномены мышления узника и страдальца и его гонителей - ревнителей окрепшего доминиканства XIII столетия. Бэкон -...
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New York: SUNY Press, 2000. — 306 p. — ISBN-10: 0791444538; ISBN-13: 978-0791444535 — (SUNY series in Jewish Philosophy) The topic is significant, especially now in view of the renewed interest in scientific cosmology and its relation to religion, but it is also of great importance for the history of medieval Jewish, Christian, and Islamic philosophy. The book covers a wide range...
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М.: Мысль, 1979. — 433 с. Книга представляет собой первое в советской литературе исследование философии эпохи возникновения и утверждения христианства в Западной Европе. Привлекая богатый, по большей части не освещенный в нашей литературе материал, автор на широком культурно-историческом фоне анализирует философские, эстетические и социально-политические концепции этого периода,...
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Москва/Иерусалим: Мосты культуры/Гешарим, 2018. — (Алеф - изыскания в еврейской мистике и философии). — 632 с. — ISBN 978-5-93273-507-7. Средневековье для еврейской культуры стало временем довольно серьезных концептуальных изменений и перемен. Именно в этот период иудаизм по-настоящему встретился с греческим литературным (прежде всего, философским) наследием в переводах и...
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Підручник. — К.: ПАРАПАН, — 2002. — 172 с. — ISBN 966-95933-7-9 “Філософія Середніх віків та доби Відродження” — свідчення про найважливіші вчення певного періоду культурного життя Європи. Книга гуртує собою постаті мислителів, теоретична діяльність яких відтворює спосіб християнського філософування протягом перших п’ятнадцяти століть нової ери на теренах “старого світу”....
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Irven M. Resnick (ed.) A Companion to Albert the Great. Theology, Philosophy, and the Sciences. Leiden, Boston: Brill, 2013. 833 p. ISSN 1871-6377 ISBN 978-90-04-23407-9 (hardback) ISBN 978-90-04-23973-9 (e-book) Contributions to this omnibus volume from twenty-seven internationally renowned scholars will introduce students of philosophy, science, and theology to the current state...
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Libro de texto. — Madrid: Rialp, 1981. — 197 p. El espíritu de la Filosofía Medieval es una de las obras imprescindibles para entender los presupuestos filosóficos que dieron origen a la visión cristiana del mundo y de la vida. El texto procede de las lecciones que impartió Gilson en la Universidad de Aberdeen en 1931.
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