Medieval thought and historiography / Giles Constable.

By: Constable, GilesSeries: Variorum collected studies seriesPublisher: London: Routledge, 2017Description: xvi, 329 pISBN: 9781138714816Subject(s): Middle Ages | Middle Ages | Civilization, MedievalDDC classification: 909.07 Online resources: Click here to access online
Contents:
Frontiers in the Middle Ages -- Medieval Latin metaphors -- Metaphors for religion life in the Middle Ages -- The abstraction of personal qualities in the Middle Ages -- L'idea di innovazione nel XII secolo -- The relation between the sun and the moon in Medieval thought (to 1200) -- The dislocation of Jerusalem in the Middle Ages -- The crow of St Vincent: on the continuity of a hagiographical motif -- The concept of princeps in Gratian's decretum -- Love and do what you will: the Medieval history of an Augustinian precept -- Monastic letter writing in the Middle Ages -- Communications between religious houses in the Middle Ages -- The future of Cluniac studies -- Religious history -- From church history to religion culture: the study of Medieval religion life and spirituality -- Introduction, Medieval scholarship -- The many Middle Ages: Medieval studies in Europe as seen from America.
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Includes bibliographical references and index.

Frontiers in the Middle Ages -- Medieval Latin metaphors -- Metaphors for religion life in the Middle Ages -- The abstraction of personal qualities in the Middle Ages -- L'idea di innovazione nel XII secolo -- The relation between the sun and the moon in Medieval thought (to 1200) -- The dislocation of Jerusalem in the Middle Ages -- The crow of St Vincent: on the continuity of a hagiographical motif -- The concept of princeps in Gratian's decretum -- Love and do what you will: the Medieval history of an Augustinian precept -- Monastic letter writing in the Middle Ages -- Communications between religious houses in the Middle Ages -- The future of Cluniac studies -- Religious history -- From church history to religion culture: the study of Medieval religion life and spirituality -- Introduction, Medieval scholarship -- The many Middle Ages: Medieval studies in Europe as seen from America.

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