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Reviewing Dante’s Theology

Volume 1

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Edited By Claire E. Honess and Matthew Treherne

The two volumes of Reviewing Dante’s Theology bring together work by a range of internationally prominent Dante scholars to assess current research on Dante’s theology and to suggest future directions for research.
Volume 1 considers some of the key theological influences on Dante. The contributors discuss what ‘doctrine’ might have meant for Dante and consider the poet’s engagement with key theological figures and currents in his time including: Christian Aristotelian and scholastic thought, including that of Thomas Aquinas; Augustine; Plato and Platonic thought; Gregory the Great; and notions of beatific vision. Each essay offers an overview of its topic and opens up new avenues for future study. Together they capture the energy of current research in the field, test the limits of our current knowledge and set the future study of Dante’s theology on firm ground.

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Albert the Great 78, 81, 93–95, 284–85, 286, 289, 294–95, 304–05 Alexander of Hales 282–83, 286, 312 Alfarabi 82 Algazali 82 Alighieri, Pietro 68, 188 Anselm of Canterbury 315 Aquinas, Thomas 24–25, 36–37, 43, 46, 65–109, 118–19, 160–61, 177, 279, 285, 286, 292–93, 295, 297, 312 Aristotle 65–109, 157–58 Astell, Anne W. 224 Auerbach, Eric 191 Augustine, St 33, 47–48, 115–17, 164, 175–208, 280–81 Avicenna 82, 170 Barański, Zygmunt 77, 103–05 Barolini, Teodolinda 191–92 Barsella, Susanna 220–21 Benvenuto da Imola 68 Berthier, Gioachio 71 Boethius 116, 124–25, 141–44, 186–87 Bonaventure 91, 97–99, 118, 261, 279, 282, 285–86, 290–92, 295, 312 Book of Causes (Liber de causis) 144–48, 170 Boyde, Patrick 73 Brunacci, Niccolò 85 Busnelli, Giovanni 71–72, 79 Cavalcanti, Guido 109 Daniello, Bernardino 69 Davis, Charles T. 190 Durandus of St Pourcain 24–25 Foster, Kenelm 26–28, 73 Freccero, John 189–90 Gelli, Givan Battista 69 Gilson, Etienne 17–21, 72–73, 175 Giovanni del Virgilio 62 Graziolo de’ Bambaglioli 67–68 Gregory the Great 209–67 Guido da Pisa 67–68 Hawkins, Peter S. 220–21 Horace 55 Iamblichus 167 Iannucci, Amilcare 15–16 Jacopo da Mugello 85 Jacopo della Lana 66–67 Leo XIII, Pope 70 Lombard, Peter 92, 280 Macrobius 115, 125, 129–35 Mandonet, Pierre 71 Mastrobuono, Antonio 75 Mazzotta, Giuseppe 190–91 Morriso, Molly G....

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