Resurrection, Hylomorphism, and Abundantia: Scholastic Debates in the Thirteenth Century
Bynum (Caroline)
Source: Bynum (Caroline) - Resurrection of the Body in Western Christianity, 200 - 1336, Chapter 6
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  1. The Discourse of High Scholasticism: The Rejection of Statues and Seeds
  2. Bonaventure and the Ambivalence of Desire
  3. Albert the Great, Thomas Aquinas, and Giles of Rome: Resurrection, Hylomorphism, and Formal Identity
  4. The Condemnations of 1277 and the Materialist Reaction

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