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  • Bernardini sermones quadragesimales de christiana religione.

    Architecture and Memory: The Renaissance Studioli of Federico da Montefeltro

  • Note 150: Malmesbury, Canal, 137 — 38: "Sedatur christiana gens miraculo; paruulique martyrium exoculata …" back

    A Tender Age: Cultural Anxieties over the Child in the Twelfth and Thirteenth Centuries

  • The core of his theory of identity, as presented in his Theologia christiana, consists in four additional modes of identity: (1) essential sameness and difference; (2) numerical sameness and difference, which Abelard ties closely to essential sameness and difference, allowing a more fine-grained distinction than Boethius could allow; (3) sameness and difference in definition; (4) sameness and difference in property

    Peter Abelard

  • Jackson, B. Darrell: 1969, “The Theory of Signs in St. Augustine's De doctrina christiana”, Revue des Études Augustiniennes 15: 9-49.

    Medieval Semiotics

  • Augustine: 1963, De doctrina christiana, in: Sancti Augustini Opera, ed.W. M.

    Medieval Semiotics

  • In his Institutio christiana (1534-36), we find the Augustinian idea of predestination affirmed and developed.


  • Savior, who in 1540 published the De philosophia perenni sive veterum philosophorum cum theologia christiana consensu libri X, a work which quickly passed through several editions, including that in the


  • It was a matter of making good that claim to independence of individual States which, as we saw, marked the end of the medieval idea of the respublica christiana.


  • Such views worked havoc with the old idea of the unity of the respublica christiana.


  • Didacus Valades 'Rhetorica christiana indi - cate the extent to which the scheme was frequently conceived in explicitly literal terms.



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