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The Resource How the west was won : essays on the literary imagination, the canon, and the Christian middle ages for Burcht Pranger, edited by Willemien Otten, Arjo Vanderjagt, Hent de Vries, (electronic resource)

How the west was won : essays on the literary imagination, the canon, and the Christian middle ages for Burcht Pranger, edited by Willemien Otten, Arjo Vanderjagt, Hent de Vries, (electronic resource)

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How the west was won : essays on the literary imagination, the canon, and the Christian middle ages for Burcht Pranger
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How the west was won
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essays on the literary imagination, the canon, and the Christian middle ages for Burcht Pranger
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edited by Willemien Otten, Arjo Vanderjagt, Hent de Vries
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non fiction
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Brill's studies in intellectual history,
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v. 188
How the west was won : essays on the literary imagination, the canon, and the Christian middle ages for Burcht Pranger, edited by Willemien Otten, Arjo Vanderjagt, Hent de Vries, (electronic resource)
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Includes bibliographical references and index
Color
multicolored
Contents
  • Playing with history : the satirical portrayal of the medieval papacy on an eighteenth-century deck of playing cards
  • Joke Spaans
  • From east to west : Jansenists, Orientalists, and the eucharistic controversy
  • Alastair Hamilton
  • Labouring in reason's vineyard : Voltaire and the allegory of enlightenment
  • Madeleine Kasten
  • The search for the canon and the problem of body and soul
  • Piet de Roy
  • Music at the limits : Edward Said's musical elaborations
  • Rokus de Groot
  • "Movesi un vecchierel canuto et bianco ..." : notes on a sonnet of Petrarch
  • The canonisation of the medieval past : England and the continent compared
  • Peter Raedts
  • Scholarship of literature and life : Leopold Zunz and the invention of Jewish culture
  • Irene Zwiep
  • Censorship and canon : a note on some medieval works and authors
  • Leen Spruit
  • Does the canon need converting? A meditation on Augustine's Soliloquies, Eriugena's Periphyseon, and the dialogue with the religious past
  • Willemien Otten
  • Between pedagogy and democracy : on canons and aversion to conformity in ordinary language philosophy
  • Asja Szafraniec
  • Peter Cramer
  • On the significance of disagreement : Stanley Cavell and ordinary language philosophy
  • Paola Marrati
  • Fast forward, or : the theologico-political event in quick motion (miracles, media, and multitudes in St. Augustine)
  • Hent de Vries
  • Tangere autem corde, hoc est credere : Augustine on 'touching' the numinous
  • Giselle de Nie
  • The fame of fake, Dionysius the Areopagite : fabrication, falsification, and the 'cloud of unknowing'
  • Bram Kempers
  • Two female apostolic mystics : Catherine of Siena and Madame Jeanne Guyon
  • Bernard McGinn
  • Moments of indecision, sovereign possibilities : notes on the tableau vivant
  • De obitu Valentiniani : Abelard, Bernard of Clairvaux, and the canonization of Ambrose of Milan on baptism by desire
  • Marcia L. Colish
  • The 'whole Abelard' and the availability of language
  • Babette Hellemans
  • Tempus longum...locus asper... : chiaroscuro in Hugh of Saint Victor
  • Ineke van 't Spijker
  • Obedience simple and true : Anselm of Canterbury on how to defeat the devil
  • Arjo Vanderjagt
  • The monastic challenge : remarks
  • Helmut Kohlenberger
  • Frans-Willem Korsten
  • History and the vertical canon : Calvin's Institutes and Beckett
  • Ernst van den Hemel
  • Christ's case and John Donne, "seeing through his words" : the stigma of martyrdom transfigured
  • Anselm Haverkamp
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xxv, 420 p.
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  • online
  • electronic
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ill.
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Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, MI : ProQuest, 2015. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest affiliated libraries.
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