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  1. Histoire de mes malheurs by Pierre Abelard, 2001-03-01
  2. Philosophe Du Xiie Siècle: Averroès, Alain de Lille, Pierre Abélard, Moïse Maïmonide, Hugues de Saint-Victor, Richard de Saint-Victor (French Edition)
  3. Pierre abelard by Jollivet, 2003-03-27
  4. Pierre Abélard by Jean-Pierre Letort-Trégaro, 2002-10-22
  5. The Love Letters of Abelard and Heloise by Pierre Abelard, Heloise, 2009-04-15
  6. Abélard ou la Philosophie dans le langage by Pierre Abélard, Jean Jolivet, 1994-01-06
  7. Philosophe Du Langage: Ludwig Wittgenstein, Gottlob Frege, Bertrand Russell, Pierre Abélard, Gaston Bachelard, Guillaume D'ockham (French Edition)
  8. Naissance Dans La Province de Bretagne: Bertrand Du Guesclin, Pierre Abélard, Jean V de Bretagne, Gabriel Calloet-Kerbrat (French Edition)
  9. Abelard en son temps: Actes du colloque international organise a l'occasion du 9e centenaire de la naissance de Pierre Abelard, 14-19 mai 1979 (French Edition)
  10. Théologien Catholique: Jean-Paul Ii, Léon Xiii, Thomas D'aquin, Pierre Abélard, Charles de Foucauld, Benoît Xvi, Hugues de Saint-Victor (French Edition)
  11. Philosophe Scolastique: Thomas D'aquin, Alain de Lille, Pierre Abélard, Hugues de Saint-Victor, Guillaume D'ockham, Jean Duns Scot, Roger Bacon (French Edition)
  12. Pierre Abelard, Pierre le Venerable: Les courants philosophiques, litteraires et artistiques en Occident au milieu du XIIe siecle : [actes et memoires ... de la recherche scientifique ; no 546)
  13. Compositeur Français Du Moyen Âge: Pierre Abélard, Guillaume de Machaut, Philippe le Chancelier, Gautier D'épinal, Adam de La Halle (French Edition)
  14. Personnalité Enterrée Au Cimetière Du Père-Lachaise (Division 7): Pierre Abélard, Camille Pissarro, Charles-Valentin Alkan, Rachel Félix (French Edition)

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Pierre abelard pierre le Venerable Les Courants Philosophiques, Litteraires Et Artistiques En Occident Au Milieu Du XII Siecle - Abbaye de Cluny 2 Au 9
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COLLOQUES INTERNATIONAUX DU CENTRE NATIONAL DE LA RECHERCHE SCIENTIFIQUE Pierre Abelard Pierre le Venerable - Les Courants Philosophiques, Litteraires Et Artistiques En Occident Au Milieu Du XII Siecle - Abbaye de Cluny 2 Au 9 Juillet 1972
Paris, Editions Du Centre National De La Recherche Scientifique, 1975, First Edition. (ISBN: 2222016924) Hardback with dust jacket, 8vo. 782pp, original cloth in glassine jacket. Very light foxing to top and fore-edges, internally bright and clean. Text is in French , Very Good/Very Good.
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4. Pierre Abelard - Definition Of Pierre Abelard By The Free Online Dictionary, The
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5. Abelard Pierre.(from Le Monde Des Livres, Sept. 1, 2000)(Review)(Reprint) - Biog
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6. Pierre (Peter) Abelard, Introduction And Short Biography
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Cluny and Citeaux (S of Dijon) were in some degree of rivalry at this time [Cistercians (white friars) centred on Citeaux; Cluniacs (black friars) on Cluny]. Both sects/cults headed large monastic organisations with great temporal power. All three locations are in what was Burgundy, the cradle of the great monastic revival. or died below today recognisable in the idea of jihad.

7. Peter Abelard - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
Peter abelard (Lt Petrus Abaelardus or Abailard; Fr pierre Abélard) (1079 – April abelard, originally called pierre le Pallet was born in the little
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"Abaelardus and Helo¯se surprised by Master Fulbert", by Romanticist painter Jean Vignaud Name Pierre Ab©lard Birth Death 21 April School/tradition Scholasticism Main interests Metaphysics Logic Philosophy of language Theology Notable ideas Nominalism Scholasticism Influenced by Aristotle Porphyry Boethius Influenced John of Salisbury Peter Abelard (Lt: Petrus Abaelardus or Abailard ; Fr: Pierre Ab©lard April 21 ) was a medieval French scholastic philosopher theologian and preeminent logician . The story of his affair with and love for his student H©lo¯se has become legendary.
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    Nantes , in Brittany , the eldest son of a minor noble Breton family. As a boy, he learned quickly being encouraged by his father, studied the liberal arts and excelled at the art of dialectic (a branch of philosophy ) that at that time consisted chiefly of the logic of Aristotle transmitted through Latin channels. Instead of entering a military career, as his father had done, Abelard became an academic. During his early academic pursuits, Abelard wandered throughout France, debating and learning, so as (in his words) "he became such as one as the

8. Quotations By Peter Abelard - Pierre Abelard Quotes
Quotations written by philosopher, teacher, and monk Peter abelard.
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  • Against the disease of writing one must take special precautions, since it is a dangerous and contagious disease.
    Letter 8 to Heloise
  • O how great and glorious are those sabbaths which the heavenly court for ever celebrates!
    O quanta qualia sunt illa sabata,
    Quae semper celebrat superna curia
    Hymnus Paraclitensis

  • Often the hearts of men and women are stirred, as likewise they are soothed in their sorrows, more by example than by words. And therefore, because I too have known some consolation from speech had with one who was a witness thereof, am I now minded to write of the sufferings which have sprung out of my misfortunes, for the eyes of one who, though absent, is of himself ever a consoler. This I do so that, in comparing your sorrows with mine, you may discover that yours are in truth nought, or at the most but of small account, and so shall you come to bear them more easily.

9. L'Encyclopédie De L'Agora: Pierre Abélard
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Dossier Pierre Abélard 3 documents associés Biographie en résumé Un des plus grands intellectuels du douzième siècle, dans le champ de la logique. Il est célèbre d'abord et avant tout pour ses amours avec Héloïse (1100/1101 - 1163/1164), près de laquelle il repose au cimetière du Père Lachaise à Paris. Certains érudits, dont Bernard Sylvestre, ont soutenu que l'autobiographie d'Abélard, Histoire de mes malheurs , de même que la correspondance d'Abélard et Héloïse sont des écrits apocryphes. Le véritable auteur de ces écrits serait Jean de Meung (

10. Peter Abelard (Stanford Encyclopedia Of Philosophy)
Payer, pierre. (1979) Peter abelard A Dialogue of a Philosopher with a Jew and a Christian. Toronto The Pontifical Institute of Mediaeval Studies
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Abelard's life is relatively well-known: in addition to events chronicled in the public record, his inner life is revealed in his autobiographical letter Historia calamitatum Abelard was born into the lesser nobility around 1079 in Le Pallet, a small town in Brittany near Nantes. He received early training in letters, and took to his studies with enthusiasm; his later writings show familiarity with Cicero, Horace, Juvenal, Ovid, Lucan, Seneca, and Vergil. Abelard eventually renounced his inheritance, including its attendant knighthood, to pursue philosophy. He did so by travelling to study with well-known philosophers, most notably Roscelin and William of Champeaux. Abelard returned to Paris sometime between 1108 and 1113 with his health restored and his ambition intact. He attended William of Champeaux's lectures, and entered into debate with William over the problem of universals. According to Abelard's report, he bested his teacher in debate, and gained his reputation as a dialectician of note, teaching at several schools. Around 1113 Abelard decided to study theology; he sought out the most eminent teacher of theology of his day, Anselm of Laon (not to be confused with Anselm of Canterbury), and became his student. It was not a good choice: Anselm's traditional methods did not appeal to Abelard, and, after some back-and-forth, Abelard returned to Paris to continue on his own. It would be the last time he studied with anyone.

11. The New Student's Reference Work/Abelard, Pierre - Wikisource
As marriage would interfere with his rising in the church, abelard and Héloïse were secretly united. Their union soon became known, and they separated,'s_Reference_Work/Abelard,_Pierre
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12. Piotr Abelard - Wikipedia, Wolna Encyklopedia
Piotr abelard, pierre Abélard (pisane tak e Abaelard, Abailard i in.), ac. Petrus Abaelardus, (ur. 1079 w Pallet, zm. 21 kwietnia 1142 w opactwie w.
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Skocz do: nawigacji szukaj Abelard i Heloiza Piotr Abelard Pierre Ab©lard (pisane także Abaelard Abailard i in.), łac. Petrus Abaelardus, (ur. w Pallet , zm. 21 kwietnia w opactwie św. Marcela koło Chalon-sur-Sa´ne filozof i teolog średniowieczny . Znany także z historii miłości do Heloizy . Wprowadzona przez niego metoda scholastyczna była podstawowym narzędziem analizy filozoficznej w okresie rozkwitu średniowiecza.
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    Abelard był Bretończykiem, urodził się we wsi Pallet w hrabstwie Nantes w 1079. Pochodził z rodziny rycerskiej, jego ojciec Berengar był był właścicielem małego majątku i istniejącego do 1420 niewielkiego zamku senior³w Pallet, matka nosiła imię Łucja. Mimo że był rycerzem, posiadał pewne wykształcenie, a jako że przyniosło mu ono pożytek w życiu, zdecydował się zapewnić dzieciom edukację. Jego najstarszy syn, Piotr, zrezygnował na rzecz braci z praw dziedzicznych i zwyczajnej dla jego stanu kariery wojskowej, by studiować filozofię , mimo że zgodnie ze wsp³Å‚czesnym prawem był jedynym spadkobiercą majątku i tytułu. Przyczyny, dla kt³rych to uczynił, nie są znane.

13. Elfinspell: Abelard, Pierre (1079-1142), Brief Biography, Letter From Abelard To
pierre abelard (10791142), online English text, Brief Biography, Letter From abelard to Heloise, Heloise to abelard, The Vesper Hymn, English translator
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A LETTER You well know, dearest, how much I lost in losing you, and that the manner of it put me to double torture. You only can comfort me. By you I was wounded, and by you I must be healed. And it is only you on whom the debt rests. I have obeyed the last tittle of your commands; and if you bade me, I would sacrifice my soul. God knows it was always you, and you only that I thought of. I looked for no dowry, no alliance of marriage. And if the name of wife is holier and more exalted, the name of friend always remained sweeter to me, or if you would not be angry, a meaner title; since the more I gave up, the less should I injure your present renown, and the more deserve your love. Nor had you yourself forgotten this in that letter which I recall. You are ready enough to set forth some of the reasons which I used to you, to persuade you not to fetter your freedom, but you pass over most of the pleas I made to withhold you from our ill-fated wedlock. I call God to witness that if Augustus, ruler of the world, should think me worthy the honor marriage, and settle the whole globe on me to rule forever, it would seem dearer and prouder to me to called your mistress than his empress. Not because a man is rich or powerful is he better: riches and power may come from luck, constancy is from virtue.

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abelard, Peter ( b ulärd) key, Fr. pierre Abélard (pyer äb lär ) key, 1079–1142, French philosopher and teacher, b. Le Pallet, near Nantes.
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16. The Letters Of Abelard And Heloise - ABELARD, PIERRE, AND RADICE, BETTY (TRANSLA
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18. Irvine, "Abelard's Negotiations Of Gender"
For a translation, see pierre J. Payer, Peter abelard, A Dialogue of a Philosopher with a Jew and a Christian (Toronto Pontifical Institute of Medieval
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T he P en(is), C astration, and I dentity:
Abelard's Negotiations of Gender
Abelard's narrative of identity anxieties in his Letter of Consolation to a Friend incorrectly called by its modern editorial title, the Historia calamitatum (c.1132), is well known, but the significance of Abelard's representations of self and the body and his strategies for remasculinization have not yet become a concern of modern scholars. What Abelard tries to repress in this work, his desire and the social consequences of castration, continues to be repressed in most modern studies of Abelard and Heloise. Recent theory has brought into focus the complicated connections among the sexed human body, the discourses and ideologies that "make sex," and the construction of gender identities. The twelfth and thirteenth centuries appear to be an era of heightened anxiety about the body and its sexuality. Discourse about the body, the marks or signs of sexual and gender identity, the soul / body dichotomy, and the correspondences between the material or physical condition of the body and the mind and soul proliferated. As recent studies like John Baldwin's The Language of Sex make clear, the twelfth and thirteenth centuries seem to bear out Foucault's claim that each era produces the means simultaneously to represent, manage, and control sexuality in the discourses that circulate around bodies.

19. No. 583: Pierre Abelard
abelard and Heloise a parable of creative transcendence.
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20. - Abelard, Pierre "Introductio Ad Theologiam" & Other Works
of Artwork Introductio ad......Artist abelard, pierre (10791142) Confronting Bodies The Church Date of Action 1120 Specific Location France
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Description of Artwork : "Introductio ad Theologiam," 1120: dialectical analysis of the mystery of God and the Trinity. "Lettres d'Heloi et Abelard":collection of love letters and religious correspondence between Heloise and Abelard.
Description of Incident : 1120, in France-Soissons: A provincial synod charged Abelard with religious heresy.
Results of Incident : 1120, Soissons, France: Abelard was forced to burn his "Introductio ad Theologiam and was imprisoned in the convent of St-Medard. 1140, Rome, Italy: All works banned by the Council at Sens and ordered burned by Pope Innocent III. St-Benard called Abelard "an infernal dragon and the precursor of the Anti-Christ." 1559 and 1564: "All writing placed on the "Index." 1930 U.S. : Custom ban lifted on "Love Letters." Source : Banned Books 387 B.C. to 1978 A.D., by Anne Lyon Haight, and Chandler B. Grannis, R.R. Bowker Co, 1978. FileRoom Search Table of Contents Category Homepage NCAC

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