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Commentary On Judges: Patristic And Medieval Sources

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This chapter builds on the insights of two scholars. The first is the late F. Edward Cranz, and his 'year AD 1100 thesis', that beginning with St. Anselm, and carried on more fulsomely by Abelard, the epistemology of the West took a turn toward a notion of epistemic meanings arising from the intellect as opposed to the ancients' notion of the unity of the intellect with the intellected, wherein the mind directly apprehended the forms or universals, since they were at once one with the intellect. The second scholar is Joseph McLelland, whose important study, The Visible Words of God, was published fifty years ago.

Keywords: F. Edward Cranz; Joseph McLelland; Peter Martyr Vermigli



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