Trinitarian Theology in the Medieval West

Trinitarian Theology in the Medieval West

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Trinitarian Theology in the Medieval West. Edited by Pekka Kärkkäinen
Schriften der Luther-Agricola-Gesellschaft 61
Vaajakoski 2008, 298 pp.


Articles: Peter Gemeinhardt, Logic, Tradition and Ecumenics: Latin Developments of Trinitarian Theology between c. 1075 and c. 1160; Simo Knuuttila, Trinitarian Fallacies, Identity and Predication; Bruce Marshall, Utrum essentia generet: Semantics and Metaphysics in Later Medieval Trinitarian Theology; Russell L. Friedman, The Voluntary Emanation of the Holy Spirit: Views of Natural Necessity and Voluntary Freedom at the Turn of the Thirteenth Century; Lauge O. Nielsen, Logic and the Trinity: The Clash Between Hervaeus Natalis and Peter Auriol at Paris; Niko den Bok, Always Working Always Resting, Jan van Ruusbroec: an Original Contribution to Western Trinitarian Theology; Alfonso Maierù, "Ymaginatio manuductiva". Logic and Trinitarian Theology in Peter of Pulkau; Pekka Kärkkäinen, Interpretations of Psychological Analogy from Ockham to Biel; Risto Saarinen, The Merciful Trinity in Luther's Exposition of John 1,18.

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ISBN 978-951-9047-98-0
ISSN 1236-9675