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Illustrations of the history of medieval thought and learning.djvu

CONTENTS.

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Introduction 1
The Church and Secular Learning .... 5
The Irish Missionaries 8
Learning in the Prankish Empire 14
Learning in England 16
Results on the Continent 19
Chapter I. - Claudius of Turin and Agobard of Lyons. 24
Claudius of Turin ...... 25
Agobard of Lyons . . . . . . 34
Gottschalk 45
Chapter II. John Scotus 46
The Controversy concerning Predestination . 46
John Scotus ....... 48
The Division of Nature 52
John s Influence on Later Opinion 65
Chapter III. The Dark Age 69
State of Education . . . . . . 71
Heresies ........ 79
The Dialectical Movement ..... 86
Chapter IV. The School of Chartres 95
Bernard and Theodoric . . . . . 100
William of Conches 106
Gilbert of La Porree 112

Chapter V. Peter Abailard 116
Abailard as a Teacher of Dialectics . . . 118
and of Theology 123
His Condemnation at Soissons . . . . 129
His Theological Writings 138
His Condemnation at Sens . . . . . 143
Chapter VI. The Trial of Gilbert of La Porée 146
Reason and Authority . . . . . 146
Opinions of Gilbert of La Porree .... 156
The Council of Rheims 163
Reputation of Abailard and of Gilbert . . . 170
Chapter VII. John of Salisbury 176
His Studies at Paris and Chartres . . . 177
The Policraticus 190
Chapter VIII. The Hierarchical Doctrine of the State 198
The Hildebrandine Reform . 199
John of Salisbury 204
St. Thomas Aquinas 210
The Donation of Constantino and the Translation of the Empire 218
Augustin Trionfo 222
Chapter IX. The Opposition to the Temporal Claims of the Papacy 224
Peter du Bois 224
Marsiglio of Padua 230
William of Ockham 241
Chapter X. Wycliffe’s Doctrine of Dominion. 246
Wycliffe at Oxford 249
His Treatises on Dominion ..... 253
His View of Church and State 263

APPENDIX.
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I. Note on the Origin of the Legend respecting John Scotus’s Travels in Greece .... 271
II. Excursus on the Later History of John Scotus . 273
III. Note on a Supposed Theological Exposition by Gerbert 285
IV. Note on the Precursors of Nominalism . . 291
V. Excursus on a Supposed Anticipation of Saint Anselm 293
VI. Excursus on the Writings of William of Conches 298
VII. Excursus on the Interpretation of a Place in John of Salisbury’s Metalogicus 310
VIII. Note on Abailard’s Masters .... 314
IX. Note on the Second Preface to Gilbert of La Porree’s Commentary on Boethius 317
X. Note on Clarenbald of Arras 320
INDEX 323