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Theology and Music at the Early University

The Case of Robert Grosseteste and Anonymous IV

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This book unites the most important theological-philosophical subjects discussed by 13th-century Robert Grosseteste with those exemplified by an anonymous contemporary English writer on music, “Anonymous IV”. The work demonstrates how music collaborated with the other liberal arts, operating within the early university curriculum as a ministry discipline, and making accessible new Aristotelian concepts.

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