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Using hundreds of published and unpublished sources as his guide, Novikoff traces the evolution of disputation from its ancient origins to its broader impact on the scholastic culture and public sphere of the High Middle Ages. Many examples of medieval disputation are rooted in religious discourse and monastic pedagogy: Augustine's inner spiritual dialogues and Anselm of Bec's use of rational investigation in speculative theology laid the foundations for the medieval contemplative world. The polemical value of disputation was especially exploited in the context of competing Jewish and Christian interpretations of the Bible. Disputation became the hallmark of Christian intellectual attacks against Jews and Judaism, first as a literary genre and then in public debates such as the Talmud Trial of 1240 and the Barcelona Disputation of 1263. As disputation filtered into the public sphere, it also became a key element in iconography, liturgical drama, epistolary writing, debate poetry, musical counterpoint, and polemic. The Medieval Culture of Disputation places the practice and performance of disputation at the nexus of this broader literary and cultural context.
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- Verlag: University of Pennsylvania Press, Inc.
- Seitenzahl: 336
- Erscheinungstermin: 9. Oktober 2013
- ISBN-13: 9780812208634
- Artikelnr.: 57003348
Chapter 1. The Socratic Inheritance
Chapter 2. Anselm, Dialogue, and the Rise of Scholastic Disputation
Chapter 3. Scholastic Practices of the Twelfth-Century Renaissance
Chapter 4. Aristotle and the Logic of Debate
Chapter 5. The Institutionalization of Disputation: Universities, Polyphony, and Preaching
Chapter 6. Drama and Publicity in Jewish-Christian Disputations
Conclusions: The Medieval Culture of Disputation