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Author Mantello, Frank A.C., author

Title Letters of Robert Grosseteste / Frank A.C. Mantello, Joseph Goering
Published Toronto : University of Toronto Press, [2016]
©2009
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Contents Frontmatter -- Contents -- Acknowledgments -- Abbreviations -- Introduction -- Letters -- Appendix: Summaries of Letters, by Correspondent -- Select Annotated Bibliography -- Index of Biblical Quotations and Allusions -- Index of Classical, Patristic, and Medieval Sources -- General Index
Summary Robert Grosseteste (c.1170-1253) was an English statesman, philosopher, theologian, and bishop of Lincoln, and also one of the most controversial figures in his country's episcopate. His long life coincided with the central period of institutional, intellectual, and religious consolidation in medieval Europe and his letters provide important insights into the practices and preoccupations of the English clergy and laity in the first half of the thirteenth century.This volume contains the first complete translation of Grosseteste's collected Latin letters and shows that these were most likely chosen and arranged by Grosseteste himself. Shedding light on some of the period's crucial debates on issues of theology, law, pastoral care, and episcopal authority, Frank Mantello and Joseph Goering's richly annotated English translation makes his letters more accessible than ever for scholars and students, and for those interested in medieval history, religion, and culture
Notes Description based on online resource; title from PDF title page (publisher's Web site, viewed Jan. 06, 2016)
Subject Philosophers -- Great Britain -- Correspondence
Philosophers, Medieval -- Correspondence.
Theologians -- Great Britain -- Correspondence.
Genre/Form Dictionaries.
Personal correspondence.
Form Electronic book
Author Goering, Joseph, 1947-
ISBN 1442698837
9781442698833