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eBook De summo bono. Liber 3, Tractatus 1-3 epub
  • ISBN: 3787316841
  • Author: Ulrich; Tuzzo Sabina; Sturlese Loris Editors. Ulrich of Stras Von Strassburg
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  • Language: German Latin
  • Publisher: Felix Meiner (2004)
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Index auctoritatum Index nominum. Herausgegeben von Sabina Tuzzo, mit einer philologischen Vorbemerkung von Loris Sturlese. Text in Latin, else in German.

Index auctoritatum Index nominum.

The German Dominican Ulrich of Strasbourg (1220–1277) was a pupil of Albert the Great in Cologne, a lecturer in. .

The German Dominican Ulrich of Strasbourg (1220–1277) was a pupil of Albert the Great in Cologne, a lecturer in theology at the monastery of Strasbourg and a prior of the German Dominican province. The De summo bono was widely circulated, and its reception followed two distinct lines of thought: a speculative one, particularly with the fourteenth-century brothers of the Cologne studium (Dietrich of Freiberg, Berthold of Moosburg and perhaps Meister Eckhart) and the fifteenth-century Albertists of Cologne, and another moral–pastoral one that originated with John of Freiburg, a pupil of Ulrich’s, and.

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Ulrich von Strassburg, De summo bono, liber VI, tractatus 4, ca. In many respects, the adjective noble plays a signi cant role in Ulrich of Strasbourg’s De summo bono.

Ulrich von Strassburg, De summo bono, liber VI, tractatus 4, cap. 1-15, Felix Meiner Verlag, Hamburg 2017 (Corpus Philosophorum Teutonicorum Medii Aevi 1,6) (I. Zavattero, cap. 1-5; C. Colomba cap. 6-15). In many respects, the adjective noble plays a signi cant role in Ulrich of Strasbourg’s De summo bono more.

Ulrich of Strasburg (c. 1225–1277) was a German Dominican theologian and scholastic philosopher from Strasbourg, Alsace. A disciple of Albertus Magnus, he is known for his Summa de Bono, written 1265 to 1272

Ulrich of Strasburg (c. A disciple of Albertus Magnus, he is known for his Summa de Bono, written 1265 to 1272. Jorge J. E. Gracia, Timothy B. Noone (2005), A Companion to Philosophy in the Middle Ages.

Liber II, Tractatus 1–4 by Ulrich of Strasbourg, . ed. by Alain de Libera. Published: 1 January 1990.

The German Dominican Ulrich of Strasbourg (1220–1277) was a pupil of.Erhebung und Fall des Menschen nach Ulrich von Strassburg. He wrote the De summo bono, a voluminous theological–philosophical summa composed between 1262 and 1272. De summo bono, I–IV, ed. Beccarisi A et al. Corpus philosophorum teutonicorum medii aevi I. Argentina Ulricus De. Originalité du plan de la ‘Summa de bono’ d’Ulrich de Strasbourg. La ‘scientia divina’ dei filosofi nel De summo bono di Ulrico di Strasburgo.

Showing 21 distinct works. Die Philosophie im Mittelalter: Von Boethius bis Cusanus by. Loris Sturlese.

The Liber Augustalis Blending many disparate influences and legal traditions into a common law, the Liber Augustalis reveals much of thirteenth century political and social life, the conception of th.

The Liber Augustalis. or the Constitutions of Melfi Promulgated by the Emperor Frederick II for the Kingdom of Sicily in 1231. Translated, with introduction and notes, by James M. Powell. Blending many disparate influences and legal traditions into a common law, the Liber Augustalis reveals much of thirteenth century political and social life, the conception of the monarchy and its rights and responsibilities, and the manner in which thirteenth-century lawyers attempted to deal with the problems of their day. The Constitutions are divided into three Books. Book I is concerned with public law, questions of heresy, the basis of royal power, and the officials of the kingdom.

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