Miracles and Wonders: The Development of the Concept of Miracle, 1150-1350
Ashgate Publishing, Ltd., 1 Ιαν 2007 - 148 σελίδες
Recent years have witnessed a revival of interest in medieval hagiography. The aim of this book is to summarise the scholastic understanding of the miracle, to explain the causes of this need to justify belief in the supernatural, and trace the efforts made to provide this belief with a philosophy rational and judicially defensible foundation.
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