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Homo spiritualis. : A comparative study of the anthropology of Johannes Tauler, Jean Gerson and Martin Luther (1509-16) in the context of their theological thought., By Steven E. Ozment

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Homo spiritualis. : A comparative study of the anthropology of Johannes Tauler, Jean Gerson and Martin Luther (1509-16) in the context of their theological thought.
Title
Homo spiritualis.
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A comparative study of the anthropology of Johannes Tauler, Jean Gerson and Martin Luther (1509-16) in the context of their theological thought.
Statement of responsibility
By Steven E. Ozment
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eng
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Ozment, Steven E
Index
index present
LC call number
BT701.2
LC item number
.O95
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non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
Series statement
Studies in medieval and Reformation thought
Series volume
v. 6
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  • Tauler, Johannes
  • Gerson, Jean
  • Luther, Martin
  • Luther, Martin
  • Tauler, Johannes
  • Gerson, Jean
  • Luther, Martin
  • Gerson, Jean de
  • Tauler, Jean
  • Luther, Martin
  • Gerson, Johannes
  • Luther, Martin
  • Tauler, Johannes
  • Theological anthropology
  • Theological anthropology
  • Reformation
  • Anthropologie théologique
  • Spiritualiteit
  • Antropologie
  • Anthropologie
  • Théologie
  • Anthropologie
  • Theologie
  • Menschenbild
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Homo spiritualis. : A comparative study of the anthropology of Johannes Tauler, Jean Gerson and Martin Luther (1509-16) in the context of their theological thought., By Steven E. Ozment
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Bibliography note
Bibliography: p. [217]-221
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Contents
Homo spiritualis nititur fide -- The search for the demarcation line -- Part One: Johannes Tauler -- I. The construction of a natural 'covenant' -- Pre-creaturely being: uncreatedness in God -- Gemuete and Grunt -- Conclusions -- II. The order of salvation -- The strategic way and goal -- Sola gratia? -- III. The Unio Mystica -- Disciple of Bernard of Clairvaux? -- Gelicheit and Meinen -- Suspension of the potentia Dei ordinata -- Weselich union with God -- The reconciliation of divine mercy and judgment: Tauler and Luther -- Summary -- Part Two: Jean Gerson -- IV. The project of a mystical theology -- V. A Deo Exivit: The assumption of a natural 'covenant' -- VI. The anatomy of the soul -- The quest for the purer power -- Intelligentia simplex -- Ratio -- Sensualitas -- Synderesis -- Appetitus rationalis -- Appetitus sensualis -- The correlative and reciprocal operation of the powers of the soul -- The effects of original sin -- The actiones of the six powers of the soul -- VII. The Unio Mystica -- Rapture -- Union -- The duplex character of mystical theology -- Cognitio Dei experimentalis: "une doctrine d'esprit scotiste?" -- Summary -- Part Three: Martin Luther (1509-16) -- VIII. The dualism in the Dictata super Psalterium -- A. W. Hunzinger and Gerhard Ebeling -- The neoplatonic thesis: a closer look -- Homo secundum animam -- The existentialist thesis: its relevance and its weakness -- Substantia -- Memoria -- Intellectus and affectus -- Superbia and sensus proprius versus fides and spes -- Law and gospel -- The 'dualism' sought in the Dictata -- IX. The issue of a natural 'covenant' -- Christ and the synteresis -- Natural 'covenant' in the Dictata: a real issue? -- Duplex peccatum and duplex confessio -- Synteresis in the Dictata: two qualifications -- Clamor and spes: the absence of a natural 'covenant' -- X. Homini facienti quod in se est, Deus infallibiliter dat gratiam? -- The problem -- Bonitas: a proprium Dei -- The scholia on psalm 84: the invocation of the extra nos -- Clamare: congruentia coram Deo -- The simultaneity of opposites -- Conclusion -- XI. Homo Spiritalis -- "Christus enim non nisi in peccatoribus habitat" -- Iustitia coram Deo and the vires hominis -- Iustitia coram Deo and the actiones and merita hominis -- Luther and Tauler -- Luther and the 'scholastics' -- Faith and hope: agreement with the 'adversary' -- Conclusion
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25 cm.
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vii, 226 pages
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78399929
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unmediated
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rdamedia
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  • (OCoLC)00019658
  • (OCoLC)ocm00019658
Label
Homo spiritualis. : A comparative study of the anthropology of Johannes Tauler, Jean Gerson and Martin Luther (1509-16) in the context of their theological thought., By Steven E. Ozment
Publication
Bibliography note
Bibliography: p. [217]-221
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volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
Homo spiritualis nititur fide -- The search for the demarcation line -- Part One: Johannes Tauler -- I. The construction of a natural 'covenant' -- Pre-creaturely being: uncreatedness in God -- Gemuete and Grunt -- Conclusions -- II. The order of salvation -- The strategic way and goal -- Sola gratia? -- III. The Unio Mystica -- Disciple of Bernard of Clairvaux? -- Gelicheit and Meinen -- Suspension of the potentia Dei ordinata -- Weselich union with God -- The reconciliation of divine mercy and judgment: Tauler and Luther -- Summary -- Part Two: Jean Gerson -- IV. The project of a mystical theology -- V. A Deo Exivit: The assumption of a natural 'covenant' -- VI. The anatomy of the soul -- The quest for the purer power -- Intelligentia simplex -- Ratio -- Sensualitas -- Synderesis -- Appetitus rationalis -- Appetitus sensualis -- The correlative and reciprocal operation of the powers of the soul -- The effects of original sin -- The actiones of the six powers of the soul -- VII. The Unio Mystica -- Rapture -- Union -- The duplex character of mystical theology -- Cognitio Dei experimentalis: "une doctrine d'esprit scotiste?" -- Summary -- Part Three: Martin Luther (1509-16) -- VIII. The dualism in the Dictata super Psalterium -- A. W. Hunzinger and Gerhard Ebeling -- The neoplatonic thesis: a closer look -- Homo secundum animam -- The existentialist thesis: its relevance and its weakness -- Substantia -- Memoria -- Intellectus and affectus -- Superbia and sensus proprius versus fides and spes -- Law and gospel -- The 'dualism' sought in the Dictata -- IX. The issue of a natural 'covenant' -- Christ and the synteresis -- Natural 'covenant' in the Dictata: a real issue? -- Duplex peccatum and duplex confessio -- Synteresis in the Dictata: two qualifications -- Clamor and spes: the absence of a natural 'covenant' -- X. Homini facienti quod in se est, Deus infallibiliter dat gratiam? -- The problem -- Bonitas: a proprium Dei -- The scholia on psalm 84: the invocation of the extra nos -- Clamare: congruentia coram Deo -- The simultaneity of opposites -- Conclusion -- XI. Homo Spiritalis -- "Christus enim non nisi in peccatoribus habitat" -- Iustitia coram Deo and the vires hominis -- Iustitia coram Deo and the actiones and merita hominis -- Luther and Tauler -- Luther and the 'scholastics' -- Faith and hope: agreement with the 'adversary' -- Conclusion
Dimensions
25 cm.
Extent
vii, 226 pages
Lccn
78399929
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
System control number
  • (OCoLC)00019658
  • (OCoLC)ocm00019658

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