6 edition of Covenant and causality in medieval thought found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||William J. Courtenay.|
|Series||Variorum reprint ;, CS206|
|LC Classifications||B721 .C63 1984|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 v. (various pagings) :|
|LC Control Number||85122555|
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Thomism is the philosophical school that arose as a legacy of the work and thought of Saint Thomas Aquinas, philosopher, theologian, and Doctor of the simplicityhsd.com philosophy, his disputed questions and commentaries on Aristotle are perhaps his most well-known works. In theology, his Summa Theologica is one of the most influential documents in medieval theology and continues to be the central. Augustine on Temporal and Eternal Goods. In a previous post I made reference to medieval and older formulations that “have some significant implications for the relationship between general and special grace. (Wipf & Stock, ), Covenant, Causality, and Law: A Study in the Theology of Wolfgang Musculus (Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht,
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Get this from a library. Covenant and causality in medieval thought: studies in philosophy, theology, and economic practice. [William J Courtenay]. Medieval Theories of Causation First published Fri Aug 10, ; substantive revision Mon Apr 23, Causality plays an important role in medieval philosophical writing: the dominant genre of medieval academic writing was the commentary on an authoritative work, very often a work of Aristotle.
Mar 22, · The bulk of this book--chapters 2 through describes Musculus' thought on three distinct but related issues: covenant, causality, and law. Recognizing Musculus' identity as both a biblical exegete and a systematic theologian, Ballor draws material from his commentaries on Scripture and his Loci Communes.
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Jordan Ballor contributes to this trend in his study of the theology of Wolfgang Musculus, who was the first Reformed author to include a distinct locus on the covenant in his theological system.
Musculus was a well-known German contemporary of Calvin who was widely read in his simplicityhsd.com by: 1. (Long thought to be the most important medieval philosophe) Schools and Scholars in Fourteenth-Century England (William Courtenay provides a comprehensive account of e) Covenant Causality Medieval Thought: Studies in Philosophy, Theology, and Economic Practice (Variorum reprint).
Covenant and Causality in Medieval Thought: Studies in Philosophy, Theology, and Economic Practice. William J. Courtenay. Variorum Reprints () Abstract This article has no associated abstract. (fix it) The Evolution of Medieval Thought.
David Knowles - - [London]simplicityhsd.com the book: $ used, Amazon page. Order and Structure of the Present Study The complex relationship between covenant, causality, and law in Musculus’ thought is worthy of special attention, and this study begins by introducing pivotal questions related to these themes in the thought of the late-medieval and Reformation eras as a background to the more expansive study of.
Get this from a library. Covenant, causality, and law: a study in the theology of Wolfgang Musculus. [Jordan J Ballor] -- Jordan J. Ballor takes as his point of departure the doctrine of the covenant as it appears in the theology of the prominent second-generation reformer, Wolfgang Musculus (), who is perhaps.
Courtenay also argues that the covenant theology school has its roots in the teaching of St. Ber-nard of Clairvaux, and was thus in a sense the oldest medieval theological school of thought that addressed sacramental causality: “Sacrament, Symbol and Causality in Bernard of Clairvaux,” in Covenant and Causality in Medieval Thought, – 3.
Robert Holkot, OP (d. ) belonged to the first generation of scholars to absorb and develop the views of William Ockham. He is particularly known for his “covenantal theology” and his views on human freedom within the framework of a divine command ethics.
May 04, · Richard Cross's Duns Scotus in the Great Medieval Thinkers series is an excellent, concise introduction to this most controverted of medieval theologians.
It's dense, so Author: Peter Leithart. covenant follows a broadly Franciscan emphasis on the stability of divine grace and the cre-ated order. Also, Bailor finds the medieval influence of Lombards Sentences and Gratians Decretum upon Musculuss thought on causality and examines Musculus s Psalms commen.
Wodeham, An introduction to his life and writings (), Covenant and causality in medieval thought: Studies in philosophy, theology and economic practice (), Schools and scholars in fourteenth-century England (), Teaching careers at the university of Paris in the thirteenth and fourteenth.
Gersonides on Providence, Covenant, and the Chosen People Eisen, Robert Published by State University of New York Press Eisen, Robert. Gersonides on Providence, Covenant, and the Chosen People: A Study in Medieval Jewish Philosophy and BiblicalCited by: 5.
“He was evir (God wait) all womanis frend.” Thus Gavin Douglas, in a passage in the Middle Scots translation of the Aeneid that he completed insought to excuse Chaucer for depicting Aeneas as a false traitor in love, thereby calling in question the twelve years of labor that Virgil had put into his poem.
One could expect nothing else from Chaucer, argues Douglas, since he was a Author: Alastair Minnis. This concatenation of terms, however, was not usual in later medieval thought. If knowledge is always of that which is, and if, for a Christian medieval thinker, that which is is a direct result of God’s creative power, then the theory of knowledge must be joined to reflections on Author: Richard A.
Lee. Apr 15, · Shareable Link. Use the link below to share a full-text version of this article with your friends and colleagues. Learn more. Dec 19, · In the truth of the scientific syllogism, we finally behold the intellect’s intuitive covenant with things fully unfolded into a covenant of covenants, as though the idea (first covenant) were a law, the judgment (second covenant) its proclamation, and the syllogism (third covenant) its legal system.
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THE KING AND THE LEADEN COIN: THE ECONOMIC BACKGROUND OF 'SINE QUA NON' CAUSALITY* By WILLIAM J. GOURTENAY Inin his commentary on the fourth book of Peter Lombard's Sen tences,1 Thomas Aquinas rejected a solution to the problem of sacramental causality, one that was enjoying a certain degree of popularity in the mid thirteenth century.This book argues that hope is the indispensable precondition of religious practice and secular politics.
Covenant and Causality in Medieval Thought. Studies in philosophy, theology and Author: Denys Turner.Oct 05, · This late medieval thinking about sacramental causality formed the backdrop of Hooker’s own understanding about sacraments as moral causes. H ooker’s M oral C ausality.
There can be little doubt that Hooker used both the language and the theology of late medieval sacramental causality to explain how the sacraments simplicityhsd.com by: 1.