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6. Streitgespräche über das Heilsgeschehen und Satansprozesse

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Some texts examined in the corpus stage a discussion about the salvation event between an agent of hell and a representative of the sky. The contrast of the characters and their arguments characterizes the works as debates. However, they differ from the rest of the debates of the time mainly due to the lack of reference to contemporary polemics with a broad social impact. This chapter discusses the following Works: Processus Satanae and Dialogus lucis et tenebrarum. The narrative in Processus and Dialogus and the number of people allow us to weigh this fiction as fully identifiable debates. There is distinction between debates about the salvation event and Satan processes. Processus and Dialogus are difficult texts. They present a hybrid form as the elements of the narrative and the dramatic combines the didactic literature. The original text of the chapter is in German.

Keywords: Dialogus lucis et tenebrarum.; didactic literature; healing events; Processus Satanae; Satan



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