Pratiques intellectuelles à l'Université de Prague au XVe siècle. Notes sur un quodlibet de Jan Arsen de Langenfeld (c. 1400)

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Title: Pratiques intellectuelles à l'Université de Prague au XVe siècle. Notes sur un quodlibet de Jan Arsen de Langenfeld (c. 1400)
Authors: Székely Calma, Iulia
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Date: 2018
Online since: 2019-06-11T08:45:55Z
Abstract: This article proposes an insight into the quodlibetical disputations that took place at the beginning of the 15th century at the University of Prague. At times, the topics of these disputations reflect the views against the Catholic Church that Jan Hus and other masters were exploring in those days. The current article edits and examines two questions taken from the manual of Jan Arsen of Langenfeld, a German Master of Arts from the University of Prague. These questions were conceived for the disputations that he led around 1400 and provided an interpretation of the propositions extracted from or inspired by the Book of Causes. A thorough analysis of the sources and influences of these questions shows that arguments and phrases circulated from one Master to another, from one quodlibetal disputation to another, hence consolidating a specific philosophical and theological tradition.
Funding Details: European Commission Horizon 2020
Type of material: Journal Article
Publisher: Instytut Tomistyczny Dominikanie Warszawa
Journal: Przegląd Tomistyczny
Volume: XXIV
Start page: 227
End page: 254
Copyright (published version): 2018 Instytut Tomistyczny, Warszawa
Keywords: QuodlibetLiber de causisBook of CausesJan Arsen de LangenfeldMatthias KninProcope de KladrubySimon de TišnovJohannes Wyclif
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Language: en
Status of Item: Peer reviewed
Appears in Collections:Philosophy Research Collection

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