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Medieval Theology of Work. Peter Damien And The Medieval Religious Renewal Movement

Опубликовано на портале: 21-12-2006
New-York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2006, cерия "The New Middle Ages", 272 с.
Historians have long noted the intense debates nineteenth- and twentieth-century scholars had over the concept of work, but few are aware of the medieval debates over work that set the stage for modern discussions. Indeed, medieval society established the framework within which modern Western ideas about work have grown. It is essential, therefore, that we learn what medieval thinkers had to say on the subject. This study addresses this need by examining the thought of Peter Damian and numerous other religious leaders and groups of the High Middle Ages for evidence of their contributions. The result is a deepening of our historical understanding of the concept of work as well as widening our appreciation of the modern world's debt to medieval society.

Introduction

PART ONE: THE FOUNDATION: EARLY CHRISTIAN THEOLOGIES OF WORK

Early Christian Attitudes toward Work

PART TWO: THE FRAMEWORK: PETER DAMIAN'S CONTRIBUTIONS

The Eleventh-Century World of Peter Damian

Damian's Social Theology

Damian's Apostolate: Theology of Work in Action

PART THREE: THE COMPLETED EDIFICE: MEDIEVAL MONASTIC MOVEMENT

Regular Canons

The Cistercians

Women and Other Reformers

The Mendicants

The Epilogue

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