By Brian Davies, Brian Leftow
The Cambridge better half to Anselm. Edited through: Brian Davies, Brian Leftow. Cambridge collage Press, 2004. 338 pages (Cambridge partners to Philosophy). ISBN: 9780521002059
Anselm of Canterbury (1033–1109), Benedictine monk and the second one Norman archbishop of Canterbury, is considered essentially the most vital philosophers and theologians of the center a while. The essays during this quantity discover all of his significant rules either philosophical and theological, together with his teachings on religion and cause, God's lifestyles and nature, common sense, freedom, fact, ethics, and key Christian doctrines. there's additionally dialogue of his existence, the assets of his suggestion, and his impact on different thinkers. New readers will locate this the handiest, obtainable advisor to Anselm at the moment to be had. complex scholars and experts will discover a conspectus of advancements within the interpretation of Anselm.
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66 At the same time, the dialogues reflect student inexperience regarding both subject matter and technique. His are the flawed arguments, the failed definition, the bogus counter-examples, not to mention the lapsed attention and memory. If the student’s questions occasion the discussion, then its Cambridge Companions Online © Cambridge University Press, 2006 Anselm on faith and reason 41 overall direction, which recontextualizes issues and burrows under surface objections to expose theoretical deep-structure67 and work a positive solution,68 belongs to the teacher!
Xlvii, 124. l, 127–28. lii, 130. liv, 132. lxi, 138. lxiv, 140. lxv, 142. Letter 20 (S iii: 126). Southern, Portrait, 167, 192. Mon. 26–29); cf. Hugh of St. Victor, De Tribus Diebus, ed. D. Poirel (Corpus Christianorum Continuatio Medievalis 77; Turnhout: Brepols, 2002), 44. Prosl. 3). Hugh of St. Victor, De Tribus Diebus, 56–57. Commentaria in Epistolam Pauli ad Romanos, ed. E. M. Buytaert (CCCM 11), 118–19. De tabernaculo, ed. G. de Martel (CCCM 54; 1983), 192. S i: 242–44. Cambridge Companions Online © Cambridge University Press, 2006 Anselm’s life, works, and immediate influence 31 64.
Ii, edited and translated by Jasper Hopkins and Herbert Richardson (New York: Mellen Press, 1976), 206. The Rule of St. Benedict, Prologue; in Western Asceticism, ed. Owen Chadwick (Philadelphia: Westminster Press, 1958), 291–93. 2–4). See Benedicta Ward, “Introduction,” The Prayers and Meditations of Saint Anselm with the Proslogion (Harmondsworth: Penguin Books, 1973), 44–51. De Conc. 28). Mon. 9). Prosl. 10–11). Mon. 5); Prosl. 5). De Lib. Arb. 12); De Conc. 21). De Casu Diab. 21). De Casu Diab.