Flashcards in XI Secolo (1000-1100) Deck (22):
"The polemic between Dialectic and anti-dialectic"
Berengar of Tours, Roscellino
LanFranco teacher of Anselm, and Odone di Cambrai
S. Peter Damian, Otolone di S. Emmerano, Manegoldo di Lautenbach
Finally back in the hands of the Church, College of Cardinals created by Leo IX (a German)
Why a titular church for the Cardinals?
Therefore, the clerics of Rome still elected the Pope
Theological method will little connection to scripture
At the "service of internal peace"
The Church with its bans on violence and war (excommunication for violating the peace truce, bans on crossbows!).
Pope Gregory VII
1075 by Gregory VII--(Only the Pope's feet are to be kissed)
Political Theology (contract theory of kingly power, Pope can judge king to be a tyrant)
Manegoldo di Lautenbach (1030-1103)
Preferred monastic theology to the "pride" of dialectic science
St. Peter Damian (1007-1072)
Reason is the imago dei of man
Berengar of Tours ( died 1088) - Dialectic thinker
Augustinian view of the Eucharist (spiritual presence of Christ)
Berengar (fought against the overly materialistic views, was condemned, but retracted, transubstantiation not defined until later in his career)
Father of nominalism
correct ontological theory on the eucharist against Berengar
Doctor Magnificus, the Great Monastic Theologian
Saint Anselm - fides quarens intellectum
Works of Saint Anselm of Bec
Monologion, Proslogion (1076, 1078), Cur Deus Homo, De Libertate
Juridical View of Soeteriology - only a vicarious offering of the God man can save
Made clear and important distinction between original sin and concupiscence (contra the follower of St. Augustine)
Transmission of original sin?
All men were present in Adam - seminaliter