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S. R. Kramer
Sin, Interiority, and Selfhood in the Twelfth-Century West
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XII+171 p., 150 x 230 mm, 2016
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The aim of Sin, Interiority, and Selfhood in the Twelfth-Century West is to uncover the conception of self that underlay the demand that all Christians confess their innermost thoughts. Drawing on sources from the world of the medieval schools, it juxtaposes discussions that treat topics ranging from the difficulties of discerning the source of tears to the mechanics of original sin. All these discussions are linked by their underlying interest in the internal aspects of committing or remitting sin. Contextualizing these aspects of interiority allows us to see what role was assigned to internal actions in medieval definitions of the self; it also provides insight into the intellectual currents that contributed to that understanding.
Early Medieval Philosophy (c. 650-1200)
Religion (including History of Religion) & Theology
Christian devotion & forms of religious expression
Ecclesiology (& theology of Christian life)
Christian Church : laity & heterodoxy
Faith and dogmatic issues
Expressions of penance
Medieval & Renaissance History (c.400-1500)
Medieval European history (400-1500) : main subdisciplines
Cultural & intellectual history
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Neoplatonism in the Middle Ages
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De motu animalium. Fragmenta Translationis anonymae (Aristoteles)
Philosophy and Theology in the 'Studia' of the Religious Orders and at Papal and Royal Courts
Emery, Jr. et al.
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