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Inventory Of Works “On Property” And Their Manuscripts

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This chapter discusses the preliminary inventory of works concerning the vice of property and their manuscripts. Given the current state of research, it can in no way pretend to be comprehensive or complete. It is offered here only to give an indication of the broad reception of the theme. The chapter includes a sampling of many genrestreatises, sermons, rule commentaries, disputed questions and so on. There are many other works in which the vice of property figures prominentlyConrad Zenns De vita monastica, for example, and a variety of texts related to the enforcement of reform. There are also a number of vernacular treatises on the theme.

Keywords: manuscripts; preliminary inventory; vice of property



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