COLLATIONES IN HEXAEMERON PDF

Ten years after becoming Minister General, and after presiding over his third General Chapter Narbonne , Pisa , Paris , Bonaventure began a threefold series of Easter season collationes in at the Franciscan Convent of Cordeliers at the University of Paris. To answer this question, one must understand how Bonaventure responds to the complexities of his historical context via a particular communal practice of reading. Bonaventure employed the communal practice of collationes to model for his brothers how they should read, not in the grammatical sense, but in the contemplative sense of being a reader capable of integrating philosophical knowledge and theological understanding with the wisdom of Scripture. Such a reader must learn how to read with affectus wherein one assimilates his or her experience to that of the author of the text e. In effect, Bonaventure finds himself at a crossroads of different ways of reading: the traditional monastic lectio divina, the increasingly dominant studium legendi at the universities, and the emerging exercise of lectio spiritualis among the mendicant orders. Home New Releases Collations on the Hexaemeron.

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Ten years after becoming Minister General, and after presiding over his third General Chapter Narbonne , Pisa , Paris , Bonaventure began a threefold series of Easter season collationes in at the Franciscan Convent of Cordeliers at the University of Paris.

To answer this question, one must understand how Bonaventure responds to the complexities of his historical context via a particular communal practice of reading. Bonaventure employed the communal practice of collationes to model for his brothers how they should read, not in the grammatical sense, but in the contemplative sense of being a reader capable of integrating philosophical knowledge and theological understanding with the wisdom of Scripture.

Such a reader must learn how to read with affectus wherein one assimilates his or her experience to that of the author of the text e. In effect, Bonaventure finds himself at a crossroads of different ways of reading: the traditional monastic lectio divina, the increasingly dominant studium legendi at the universities, and the emerging exercise of lectio spiritualis among the mendicant orders.

Home New Releases Collations on the Hexaemeron. Collations on the Hexaemeron. Vendor: Franciscan Institute Publications. Hammond Works of St. Bonaventure Series, Volume 18 Ten years after becoming Minister General, and after presiding over his third General Chapter Narbonne , Pisa , Paris , Bonaventure began a threefold series of Easter season collationes in at the Franciscan Convent of Cordeliers at the University of Paris. Other fine products.

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Access options available:. The balance has begun to be redressed in recent years, but I submit that we have not yet been able to read this text well because we have paid insufficient attention to its literary form. Those who attend to formal questions tend to view only the logical order of ideas without attention to the rhetorical structure of the work. You can either see the general economy of his doctrine in its totality, or see none of it. Bonaventure is a remarkably synthetic and systematic thinker, and efforts to trace significant shifts or developments inhis thought have not yielded much fruit. Bonaventure does seem to be a scholar who was animated by a vibrant theological vision, a constellation of influences and insights that remains remarkably stable across his written works. However, such consistency has often become an excuse to pay little or no attention to questions of genre, audience, rhetorical or literary structure, etc.

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By Franciscan Institute Publications. Ten years after becoming Minister General, and after presiding over his third General Chapter Narbonne , Pisa , Paris , Bonaventure began a threefold series of Easter season collationes in at the Franciscan Convent of Cordeliers at the University of Paris. To answer this question, one must understand how Bonaventure responds to the complexities of his historical context via a particular communal practice of reading. Such a reader must learn how to read with affectus wherein one assimilates his or her experience to that of the author of the text e. In effect, Bonaventure finds himself at a crossroads of different ways of reading: the traditional monastic lectio divina , the increasingly dominant studium legendi at the universities, and the emerging exercise of lectio spiritualis among the mendicant orders.

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