Category: Medieval Studies


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The Ages of Man; A study in Medieval Writing and Thought.


Price: $50.00

Publisher: Oxford:, Clarendon Press, 1986.: 1986

Seller ID: BL2889

ISBN: 0198111886

8vo. ix, 211 pp. Frontispiece, 12 plates, index. Cloth, dust-jacket. Ink ownership signature of David C. Lindberg. Very good. ISBN: 0198111886 View more info

Heretics and Scholars in the High Middle Ages 1000-1200.

By: FICHTENAU, Heinrich.

Price: $22.00

Publisher: University Park:, Pennsylvania State University Press, (1998).: 1998

Seller ID: BL2909

ISBN: 0271020466

8vo. viii, 403 pp. Index. Printed wrappers. Ink ownership signature of David C. Lindberg. Fine. "The struggle over fundamental issues erupted with great fury in the eleventh and twelfth centuries. In this book preeminent medievalist Heinrich Fichtenau turns his attention to a new attitude that emerged was exhibited both in the rise of heresy in the general population and in the self-confident rationality of the nascent schools. With his characteristic learning and insight, Fichtenau shows how these two separate intellectual phenomena contributed to a medieval world that was never quite as... View more info

Essays in Honour of Anton Charles Pegis.

By: [PEGIS, Anton Charles] Reginald O'DONNELL (editor).

Price: $12.00

Publisher: Toronto:, Pontifical Institute of Mediaeval Studies, 1974.: 1974

Seller ID: BL2960

ISBN: 0888445504

8vo. 395 pp. Red cloth. Ink ownership signature of David C. Lindberg. Very good. Anton Charles Pegis (1905-1978), professor of the history of philosophy, was an authority on Thomas Aquinas and Christian theology. See: Desmond FitzGerald, "Anton Pegis's Thomistic Theory of Man as an Incarnate Spirit" p. 92, Peter A. Pagan Aguiar, Terese Auer, The Human Person and a Culture of Freedom, 2009. For his obituary, see: Armand Maurer, Mediaeval Studies, vol. XLI (1979), p. xvi, "Anton Charles Pegis (1903-1978)," pp. xvii-xix. ISBN: 0888445504 / 0-88844-550-4 View more info