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The Resource Robert Grosseteste : the growth of an English mind in medieval Europe, [R.W. Southern]

Robert Grosseteste : the growth of an English mind in medieval Europe, [R.W. Southern]

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Robert Grosseteste : the growth of an English mind in medieval Europe
Title
Robert Grosseteste
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the growth of an English mind in medieval Europe
Statement of responsibility
[R.W. Southern]
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Language
eng
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1912-2001
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Southern, R. W.
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index present
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non fiction
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bibliography
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Grosseteste, Robert
Label
Robert Grosseteste : the growth of an English mind in medieval Europe, [R.W. Southern]
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Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
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Contents
Part I: Grosseteste and the European Scene -- 1. The Grosseteste problem -- I. Divergent views -- II. Contemporary witnesses: Matthew Paris; Roger Bacon; A member of Grosseteste's household: fr. Hubert -- III. Later historical reconstructions -- 2. Grosseteste and the pattern of scholastic thought -- I. The problem of spurious texts -- II. Symptoms of an independent mind -- (1) An unscholastic answer to a scholastic question -- (2) The tentative approach -- (3) The importance of insight -- (4) Consideration -- (5) Imagination -- (6) Grosseteste's scholarly vision -- 3. Two patterns of education -- I. The continental road to success -- II. The English alternative -- (1) The social environment -- (2) The intellectual environment -- 4. Outlines of a provincial career -- I. Early and middle years -- II. The Oxford years -- III. The message of a despised source -- 5. The English scientific tradition -- I. The forerunners: Adelard of Bath; Daniel of Morley; Alfred of Shareshill -- II. Scope and limits of scientific thought -- (1) The natures of earthly things -- (2) The stars -- Part II: Grosseteste's Thoughts on Nature, Man and God -- 6. Towards a chronology of Grosseteste's thought -- I. Grosseteste's early theological development -- (1) Phase I: comments on Psalms 1 to 54 -- (2) Phase 2: comments on Psalms 55 to 79 -- (3) Phase 3: comments on Psalms 80 to 100 -- II. Grosseteste's earlier scientific writings -- (1) Works to be considered for rejection: De fluxu et refluxu maris De generatione stellarum -- (2) Works to be considered for earlier dating: De Cometis; Computus I, II, and III The commentary on Aristotle's Posterior Analytics; The commentary on Aristotle's Physics -- III. Grosseteste's later scientific writings: De luce -- IV. A skeleton chronology -- 7. Grosseteste's scientific vision -- I. Grosseteste's view of the heavens: De Sphera; De Cometis -- II. The Posterior Analytics and the natural world -- (1) The entry of the Posterior Analytics into Western thought -- (2) Grosseteste and the problems of nature: The scintillation of stars; The origin of sound; The flooding of the Nile; The cause of thunder; Biological reflections; Falling leaves; The initial irrigation of the earth -- (3) Grosseteste's account of scientific knowledge -- 8. From science to theology -- I. Grosseteste's change of direction -- II. Grosseteste's theological assets -- (1) His scientific method -- (2) His scientific knowledge -- III. Grosseteste's theological deficiencies and their remedy -- (1) Origin of his Greek studies -- (2) His programme of reading -- IV. Grosseteste's theological index -- (1) Nature of the plan -- (2) When did he make it? -- (3) How could it be used? -- V. Grosseteste's theological development -- (1) Secular sources and their use -- (2) (2) The theological sources and their development: Latin sources; Greek sources: Joan of Damascus; Denys the Areopagite; Basil the Great -- 9. Grosseteste's theological vision -- I. A theology of creation -- II. Centrality of man -- III. Unity of God and nature -- IV. Necessity of God's entry into nature -- V. Chateau d'Amour: A pastoral theology -- VI. A theology of reconciliation -- Part III: Grosseteste's Thought in Action -- Note on the Diocese of Lincoln -- 10. Grosseteste in his Diocese -- I. The programme of ecclesiastical discipline -- II. Grosseteste as archdeacon -- Jews of Leicester -- III. The problems of a bishop -- (1) Consecration -- (2) Bastardy problem -- (3) His visitations -- (4) General directives and papal collaboration -- (5) The canons of Lincoln -- (6) Pastoral care and secular involvement -- 11. Grosseteste's prophetic vision -- I. Problem of the papacy -- II. Grosseteste at the papal court -- III. Pope and antichrist -- IV. Grosseteste's descent into despair -- V. Grosseteste's last words -- 12. Grosseteste's place in history -- I. Wycliffe's discovery of Grosseteste -- II. Grosseteste and the Lollards -- III. The anti-Wycliffite discovery of Grosseteste: John Tissington; Thomas Netter; Thomas Gasciogne -- IV. Grosseteste's position in medieval thought and action
Control code
25492425
Dimensions
23 cm
Edition
2nd ed.
Extent
lxvi, 337 pages
Isbn
9780198203100
Isbn Type
(pbk.)
Lccn
lum92065451
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
System control number
(WaOLN)1437148
Label
Robert Grosseteste : the growth of an English mind in medieval Europe, [R.W. Southern]
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
Part I: Grosseteste and the European Scene -- 1. The Grosseteste problem -- I. Divergent views -- II. Contemporary witnesses: Matthew Paris; Roger Bacon; A member of Grosseteste's household: fr. Hubert -- III. Later historical reconstructions -- 2. Grosseteste and the pattern of scholastic thought -- I. The problem of spurious texts -- II. Symptoms of an independent mind -- (1) An unscholastic answer to a scholastic question -- (2) The tentative approach -- (3) The importance of insight -- (4) Consideration -- (5) Imagination -- (6) Grosseteste's scholarly vision -- 3. Two patterns of education -- I. The continental road to success -- II. The English alternative -- (1) The social environment -- (2) The intellectual environment -- 4. Outlines of a provincial career -- I. Early and middle years -- II. The Oxford years -- III. The message of a despised source -- 5. The English scientific tradition -- I. The forerunners: Adelard of Bath; Daniel of Morley; Alfred of Shareshill -- II. Scope and limits of scientific thought -- (1) The natures of earthly things -- (2) The stars -- Part II: Grosseteste's Thoughts on Nature, Man and God -- 6. Towards a chronology of Grosseteste's thought -- I. Grosseteste's early theological development -- (1) Phase I: comments on Psalms 1 to 54 -- (2) Phase 2: comments on Psalms 55 to 79 -- (3) Phase 3: comments on Psalms 80 to 100 -- II. Grosseteste's earlier scientific writings -- (1) Works to be considered for rejection: De fluxu et refluxu maris De generatione stellarum -- (2) Works to be considered for earlier dating: De Cometis; Computus I, II, and III The commentary on Aristotle's Posterior Analytics; The commentary on Aristotle's Physics -- III. Grosseteste's later scientific writings: De luce -- IV. A skeleton chronology -- 7. Grosseteste's scientific vision -- I. Grosseteste's view of the heavens: De Sphera; De Cometis -- II. The Posterior Analytics and the natural world -- (1) The entry of the Posterior Analytics into Western thought -- (2) Grosseteste and the problems of nature: The scintillation of stars; The origin of sound; The flooding of the Nile; The cause of thunder; Biological reflections; Falling leaves; The initial irrigation of the earth -- (3) Grosseteste's account of scientific knowledge -- 8. From science to theology -- I. Grosseteste's change of direction -- II. Grosseteste's theological assets -- (1) His scientific method -- (2) His scientific knowledge -- III. Grosseteste's theological deficiencies and their remedy -- (1) Origin of his Greek studies -- (2) His programme of reading -- IV. Grosseteste's theological index -- (1) Nature of the plan -- (2) When did he make it? -- (3) How could it be used? -- V. Grosseteste's theological development -- (1) Secular sources and their use -- (2) (2) The theological sources and their development: Latin sources; Greek sources: Joan of Damascus; Denys the Areopagite; Basil the Great -- 9. Grosseteste's theological vision -- I. A theology of creation -- II. Centrality of man -- III. Unity of God and nature -- IV. Necessity of God's entry into nature -- V. Chateau d'Amour: A pastoral theology -- VI. A theology of reconciliation -- Part III: Grosseteste's Thought in Action -- Note on the Diocese of Lincoln -- 10. Grosseteste in his Diocese -- I. The programme of ecclesiastical discipline -- II. Grosseteste as archdeacon -- Jews of Leicester -- III. The problems of a bishop -- (1) Consecration -- (2) Bastardy problem -- (3) His visitations -- (4) General directives and papal collaboration -- (5) The canons of Lincoln -- (6) Pastoral care and secular involvement -- 11. Grosseteste's prophetic vision -- I. Problem of the papacy -- II. Grosseteste at the papal court -- III. Pope and antichrist -- IV. Grosseteste's descent into despair -- V. Grosseteste's last words -- 12. Grosseteste's place in history -- I. Wycliffe's discovery of Grosseteste -- II. Grosseteste and the Lollards -- III. The anti-Wycliffite discovery of Grosseteste: John Tissington; Thomas Netter; Thomas Gasciogne -- IV. Grosseteste's position in medieval thought and action
Control code
25492425
Dimensions
23 cm
Edition
2nd ed.
Extent
lxvi, 337 pages
Isbn
9780198203100
Isbn Type
(pbk.)
Lccn
lum92065451
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
System control number
(WaOLN)1437148

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