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Le «questioni fiorentine» di ambito bonaventuriano. Un primo studio lessicale e dottrinale

digital Le «questioni fiorentine» di ambito bonaventuriano.
Un primo studio lessicale e dottrinale
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journal RIVISTA DI FILOSOFIA NEO-SCOLASTICA
issue RIVISTA DI FILOSOFIA NEO-SCOLASTICA - 2017 - 4. Il pensiero filosofico e teologico in Bonaventura da Bagnoregio
title Le «questioni fiorentine» di ambito bonaventuriano. Un primo studio lessicale e dottrinale
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publisher Vita e Pensiero
format Article | Pdf
online since 03-2018
doi http://filosofianeoscolastica.vitaepensiero.com/doi/10.26350/001050_000025
issn 00356247 (print) | 18277926 (digital)
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In 2014, M. Olszewski edited some disputed questions (about creation, ‘image’ and human soul) found in a manuscript conserved in Florence. The authorship of these «florentine questions» is controversial. There are reasons to attribute them to Bonaventure, as well as to other authors very close to him. However, after their publication, someone criticized this attribution. In this note, I will pursue three goals. One, to show that there is an impressive similarity of lexical usages and no real doctrinal inconsistency between these questions and works doublessly recognized as Bonaventurian. Two, to highlight the truly cooperative and creative character of the Franciscan Theological School of Paris in the middle of the 13th Century (really far from the usual historiographic idea of a conservative and eclectic environment). And three, to present some suggestions (still interesting today) emerging from the text.

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Creation, Soul, Bonaventurian Lexicography, Franciscan Theological School of Paris in the 13rd Century

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