Week 10 Notes
Week 10 Notes HY 101
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WEEK 10 NOTES!! Medieval Intellectual Life: Medieval Town Medieval Intellectual Life Scholasticism o Based upon efforts to apply the rules of logic to try to prove Christianity o Main ideology of this time Peter Abelard (1079-1142) o Scholastic method General truth to describe a more specific detail to prove obvious truths Peter Lambard c. 1100-c.1160 o Student of Abelard o Libri Quathor Sententatium (Four Books of Sentences) Standard textbook for theology Brought the contradictions of the Bible and used logic ordering to make them make sense St. Thomas Aquinas 1225-1274 o Professor at the University of Paris o God’s truth must make sense with the truth of our mind Never any confliction between the two o Summa theologica 1266-1273 Left uncompleted Defining theological book for Medieval times Medieval European Universities o Developing for the first time o Bologna c. 1088 o Paris o Oxford o Cambridge o Prague o All divided into 4 faculties Theology Medicine Law Philosophy o All male student started at the age of 14 o All initial controlled by church Medieval Towns and Trade Routes Trade begins to pick up, especially in coastal towns Trade slowly helped tie Europe together to become economic power Italians were middlemen for the trading to and from the East Italians cities o Decentralized government o Independent forms of government o Become cultural and economic centers The Spread of the Black Death Increase in trade routes and population increased the chance of famine and disease More issues in Western Europe Started in Asia, then, through the trade routes, through Italy
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