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Stephen Langton, Quaestiones Theologiae: Liber III, Volume 2

ISBN : 9780197267011

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Author: 
Magdalena Bieniak; Marcin Trepczynski; Wojciech Wciorka
Pages
516 Pages
Format
Hardcover
Size
162 x 241 mm
Pub date
Feb 2022
Series
Auctores Britannici Medii Aevi
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Stephen Langton ( 1228), later Archbishop of Canterbury, was a prominent master of theology, belonging to the first generation of scholars working at the faculty of theology of the nascent University of Paris. The Quaestiones Theologiae constitute his chief speculative work. Book III, Volume 2, offers a critical edition of 26 disputed questions on virtues. Each question is accompanied by a critical apparatus and source notes. This edition is preceded by an extensive analysis of Langton's theories of love and fear. Most of the questions in this volume revolve around Langton's concept of charity or love (caritas), understood as a gratuitous virtue, which is the foundation of moral perfection, merit, and salvation.

Index: 

Abbreviations and Editorial Policies
Introduction
I Overview
I.1 M. Trepczy?ski: Love
I.2 A. Nannini: Fear (by A. Nannini)
II M. Bieniak: Philological Introduction
II.1 The General Transmission Pattern
II.2 Philological Introductions to Selected Questions
II.3 List of Selected Stemmata
Quaestiones Theologiae - Liber III, Tomus 2
Iuxta Indicem
Extra Indicem
Bibliography
Biblical Index
Analytical Index
Index of Names

About the author: 

Magdalena Bieniak is Assistant Professor of Philosophy at the University of Warsaw. She has published on a number of early-scholastic authors, such as Stephen Langton, Hugh of St-Cher, and Gilbert of Poitiers, as well as on Socinians. ; Marcin Trepczynski is Assistant Professor at the Faculty of Philosophy, University of Warsaw. He has published on scholastic authors, especially on Robert Grosseteste, Albert the Great and Thomas Aquinas, mostly focusing on logical and methodological aspects of theological discourse. He has been working on Stephen Langton's Quaestiones since 2012. ; Wojciech Wciorka is Assistant Professor at the University of Warsaw. His research focuses on twelfth-century logic, its philosophical aspects, and its interface with theology.

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