Similitudes and Signification Theory in the Twelfth Century

The A. traces the Augustinian term similitudo, or created likeness to God, from the Carolingian theologians through Ernald of Bonneval, Anselm and Abelard.

Bibliographic Details
Author:Gillian Rosemary Evans
Published: S.n., s.l., 1983
Volume:101
Pages:306-311
Periodical:Downside Review
Format:Article
Topic:- Works > Studies on Vocabulary/Themes > Topics - Latin vocabulary > S > Similitudo
- Doctrine > Man > [Image de Dieu] > [Imago Dei/Similtudo Dei]
- Influence and Survival > The Middle Ages (430-1453) > General studies of the survival of Augustine in the Greek world and in western thought and schools > [Pensée médiévale (par sujet)] > [Similitudo dei]
Status:Active
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Summary:The A. traces the Augustinian term similitudo, or created likeness to God, from the Carolingian theologians through Ernald of Bonneval, Anselm and Abelard.