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Index Of Manuscripts

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This index presents a list of place names that occur in the book The Cardinal Virtues in the Middle Ages. The aim of the book is to examine the significance of the cardinal virtues in the moral thought of Western Christendom from its patristic beginnings until the Renaissance era, most notably in relation to the differentiation of secularized and religious conceptions of morality which developed from the twelfth century. The main interest lies with the ways in which the cardinal virtues were considered important, or even essential, for the moral formation of the human being, both as a subject of the world and as a citizen of heaven.

Keywords: cardinal virtues; Middle Ages; Western Christendom



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