The Problem of Love in the Middle Ages: A Historical Contribution
Graduate studies at Western
Marquette University Press (2001)
|Abstract||Thomist solution to the problem of love -- Remarks on the elements of the Thomist solution in Greek and medieval thought -- Two medieval sketches of the physical theory -- First characteristic : duality of the lover and the beloved -- Second characteristic : the violence of love -- Third characteristic : irrational love -- Fourth characteristic : love as the final end -- Appendix 1: The postulation of the problem of love in the first scholastics -- Appendix 2: The formal identification of love and understanding in William of St. Thierry.|
|Keywords||Philosophy, Medieval Love History Love History of doctrines|
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