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Wyclif and the Oxford schools

John Adam Robson

Wyclif and the Oxford schools

the relation of the "Summa de ente" to scholastic debates at Oxford in the later fourteenth century.

by John Adam Robson

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Published by University Press in Cambridge .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Wycliffe, John, d. 1384,
  • University of Oxford -- History,
  • Scholasticism

  • Edition Notes

    Bibliography: p. 253-262.

    SeriesCambridge studies in medieval life and thought, new ser.,, v. 8
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsBD300.W93 R6
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxiii, 268 p.
    Number of Pages268
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL5828105M
    LC Control Number61016171
    OCLC/WorldCa1722362

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    6 John Adam Robson, Wyclif and the Oxford Schools: The Relation of the “Summa de ente” to Scholastic Debates at Oxford in the La ter Fourteenth Century Author: Esther Samuelson. A large number of Wyclif's Latin works have been edited and printed by the Wyclif Society. His English works have been edited by T. Arnold (Oxford, ) and by F.D. Matthew (London, ) for the Early English Texts Society. Many of the English tracts, however, are certainly by his followers.

    Reaction to Wyclif Abroad. England, however, was not the only country influenced by the work and teachings of John Wyclif. During Wyclif's professorship at Oxford University, numerous students from Bohemia crossed the English Channel to study under him. This chapter focuses on the prominent English masters and intellectual activities during the fourteenth century. It discusses the significant changes that occurred in the academic and intellectual life at Oxford in the period from Ockham to Wyclif. Several important internal changes in the faculty of theology occurred earlier in the century.


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The last chapter discusses the survival of realist metaphysics at Oxford after Wyclif's condemnation. The book is therefore a study in scholastic philosophy and theology, which helps us to understand the later Wyclif, and throws light on intellectual life at Oxford in the fourteenth century.

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John Wycliffe (/ ˈ w ɪ k l ɪ f /; also spelled Wyclif, Wycliff, Wiclef, Wicliffe, Wickliffe; c. s – 31 December ) was an English scholastic philosopher, theologian, biblical translator, reformer, priest, and a seminary professor at the University of became an influential dissident within the Roman Catholic priesthood during the 14th century and is considered an important Alma mater: Merton College, Oxford.

It's tough to find an isolated book on Wyclif's Theology and the events that took place through his time at Oxford. Many books that are out are synopsis works that overview his bio or place him in a series with other early reformers.

This is a part of the "Great Medieval Thinkers" series/5. A Yorkshireman by birth, Wyclif studied and taught theology and philosophy at Oxford. He was later made rector at Fillingham (), at Ludgershall (), and at Lutterworth (). His belief in the doctrine that Christ is humanity's only overlord and that power should depend on a state of grace made him a champion of the people against the.

Wycliffe Hall is a Church of England theological college and a Permanent Private Hall of the University of Oxford in the United college is named after John Wycliffe, who was master of Balliol College, Oxford in the 14th century. Founded inWycliffe Hall provides theological training to women and men for ordained and lay ministries in the Church of England as well as other Location: 54 Banbury Road, Oxford.

Wyclif and the Oxford schools. Cambridge, University Press, (OCoLC) Online version: Robson, J.A. (John Adam), Wyclif and the Oxford schools. Cambridge, University Press, (OCoLC) Named Person: John Wycliffe; Johannes Wyclif; John () Wycliffe; John Wyclif; John Wycliffe; John Wycliffe: Document Type: Book.

Wyclif and the Oxford schools; the relation of the "Summa de ente" to scholastic debates at Oxford in the later fourteenth century. The crisis of Wyclif’s career came with striking rapidity after he broadcast, in his Confessio or public statement in the Oxford schools on 10 Mayhis opinion that the presence of the Body of Christ in the Eucharist was figurative, ‘sacramental’, or in some sense, to anyone not acquainted with the terms of his own mental world, less Cited by: The Online Books Page.

Online Books by. John Wycliffe (Wycliffe, John, ) Books from the extended shelves: Wycliffe, John, [Thirty-eight woodcuts illustrating the life of Christ]. ([London, ca. ]), also by Frederick Collins Wilson and Project Unica (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign Library) IU-R (page images at HathiTrust) Wycliffe, John, An apologie for Iohn.

John Wyclif was the fourteenth-century English thinker responsible for the first English Bible, and for the Lollard movement which was persecuted widely for its attempts to reform the Church through empowerment of the laity.

Wyclif had also been an Oxford philosopher, and was in the service of John Cited by: 1. Life and Works Life. John Wyclif was born near Richmond (Yorkshire) before and ordained in He spent the greater part of his life in the schools at Oxford: he was fellow of Merton inmaster of arts at Balliol inand doctor of divinity in John Wycliffe (/ ˈ w ɪ k l ɪ f /; also spelled Wyclif, Wycliff, Wiclef, Wicliffe, Wickliffe; c.

– December ) [1] was an English Scholastic philosopher, theologian, lay preacher, [2] translator, reformer and university teacher at Oxford in England, who was known as an early dissident in the Roman Catholic Church during the 14th century.

His followers were known as Lollards, a. John Wyclif is best known as the originator of the first Bible in English and as a theologian whose ideas anticipated the Reformation. In celebration of Wyclif's sexcentenary, this collection illustrates his achievement as the foremost scholar of medieval England.

Lahey introduces Wyclif and his intellectual context. Hornbeck attempts to define and chart the development of key tenets of lollard belief. Catto, Jeremy I.

“Wyclif and Wycliffism at Oxford –” In The History of the University of Oxford. Vol. 2, Late Medieval Oxford. Edited by J. Catto and Ralph Evans, – The idea that Wyclif was the last of the scholastics and the first of the reformers is intriguing.

Contents - 1. Wyclif, the Bible and Transubstantion 2. The Realisim of 'De Universalibus' 3. Continua, Indivisibles, And Change in Wyclif's Logic of Scripture 4. Wycliffism in Oxford - 5. /5(2). Wyclif and the Oxford schools: the relation of the "Summa de ente" to scholastic debates at Oxford in the later fourteenth century.

-- Author: Robson, John Adam, Publication info: Cambridge: University Press, Format: Book. Full text of "Wyclif and the Oxford schools; the relation of the "Summa de ente" to scholastic debates at Oxford in the later fourteenth century" See other formats.

John Wycliffe, Wycliffe also spelled Wycliff, Wyclif, Wicliffe, or Wiclif, (born c. Yorkshire, England—died DecemLutterworth, Leicestershire), English theologian, philosopher, church reformer, and promoter of the first complete translation of the Bible into English.

He was one of the forerunners of the Protestant. Wyclif and the Oxford Schools: The Relation of the 'Summa De Ente' to Scholastic Debates at Oxford in the Later Fourteenth Century. About this Item: Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, Seller Rating: % positive. Morning Star of the Reformation: John Wyclif Posted on 25 February John Wyclif refutes nominalism and inspires the Lollard movement, which anticipated Reformation thought with its .John Wyclif has been called hero and heretic, reformer and radical, guardian and gadfly.

But the true tale of this most controversial of late-medieval Englishmen is far richer and more complex. G.R. Evans gives us an engaging biography of John Wyclif, the morning star of the Reformation/5.It adds that the period of Oxford history that lasted from to was an era of controversy, focusing on the apostolic mission of the clergy, but ranging from metaphysical and epistemological questions such as Wyclif raised in his early theological tracts to the intricate issues of church order.