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The Soul-Body Problem at Paris, ca. 1200–1250
Magadalena Bieniak
The soul-body problem was among the most controversial issues discussed in thirteenth-century Europe, and it continues to capture much attention today as the quest to understand human identity becomes more and more urgent.



Humanistica Lovaniensia
Journal of Neo-Latin Studies



Francisci de Marchia
Quaestiones in secundum librum sententiarum (Reportatio), Quaestiones 13–27
The texts edited in this volume deal with angelology and anthropology, and particularly with the nature and the functions of immaterial substances like angels and the human rational soul.



Collected Studies on Francisco Suarez SJ (1548–1617)
John P. Doyle
John P. Doyle's groundbreaking studies of Francisco Suarez's imposing yet highly original system of scholasticism have helped to make the Jesuit's ideas tractable and accessible. This volume collects Doyle's most important articles on the...



Guillaume de Machaut
Secretary, Poet, Musician
Elizabeth Eva Leach
At once a royal secretary, a poet, and a composer, Guillaume de Machaut was one of the most protean and creative figures of the late Middle Ages. Rather than focus on a single strand of his remarkable career, Elizabeth Eva Leach gives us a book that encompasses all aspects of his work, illuminating it in a distinctively interdisciplinary light...



Broken Harmony
Shakespeare and the Politics of Music
Joseph M. Ortiz
Revising our understanding of music's relationship to language and literature in Renaissance England.



Friendship and Community
The Monastic Experience, 350–1250
Brian Patrick McGuire
First published in 1988, this book has been widely debated, inspiring the current interest on medieval friendship. In a new introduction, McGuire surveys the critical reaction to the original edition and new research on friendship.



Out of Love for My Kin
Aristocratic Family Life in the Lands of the Loire, 1000–1200
Amy Livingstone
Livingstone examines the personal dimensions of the lives of aristocrats in the Loire region of France during the eleventh and twelfth...



Royal Poetrie
Monarchic Verse and the Political Imaginary of Early Modern England
Peter J. Herman
The first book to address the significance of a poems produced by the Tudor-Stuart monarchs, focusing on how how the monarchs' poems express and extend their power and control.



The Divorce of Lothar II
Christian Marriage and Political Power in the Carolingian World
Karl Heidecker
"She declares, so the bishops will write in their report on the council, that she is unworthy to continue as a married woman. 'Before God and his angels' she bares her heart and confesses to them 'every secret relating to the rumor that had arisen.'...



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