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  Volume 70, 2012

Table of Contents

From: Franciscan Studies

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Articles

Las Enfermedades de San Francisco de Asís

pp. 1-37
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Some Notes on the History of the Monastery of Saint Francis in Candia, Crete

pp. 39-72
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L’écriture de Thomas de Celano: une rhétorique de la rupture

pp. 73-99
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The Vidi Alterum Angelum Topos in Two Sermons by Guibert of Tournai for the Feast of St. Francis

pp. 101-138
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Bonaventure, commentateur de l’Apocalypse Pour une nouvelle attribution de Vox Domini

pp. 139-181
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Dionysian Uplifting (Anagogy) in Bonaventure’s Reductio

pp. 183-188
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Peter Olivi’s Dialogue with Aristotle on the Emotions

pp. 189-245
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The Boy Bishop and the “Uncanonized Saint” St. Louis of Anjou and Peter of John Olivi as Models of Franciscan Spirituality in the Fourteenth Century

pp. 247-282
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Inflamed with Seraphic Ardor: Franciscan Learning and Spirituality in the Fourteenth-Century Irish Pilgrimage Account

pp. 283-312
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Patron Saints Against Diseases Among Franciscan Friars

pp. 313-321
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Strategies of Catholic Identity Formation c. 1510–1560 (Chronicle)

pp. 323-336
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Symposium on “The Influence of the School of St. Victor on the Franciscans in the Thirteenth Century” Saint Bonaventure University, July 16-17, 2010

Introduction: The Influence of the School of St. Victor

pp. 337-339
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De l’intégration au dépouillement: Thomas de Celano et sa réception de quelques thèmes d’Hugues de Saint-Victor

pp. 341-366
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Hugh of St. Victor’s Influence on the Halensian Definition of Theology

pp. 367-384
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Bonaventure’s Ideal and Hugh of St. Victor’s Comprehensive Biblical Theology

pp. 385-397
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The Victorine Sub-structure of Bonaventure’s Thought

pp. 399-410
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Symposium on “Martyrdom in the Early Franciscan Tradition” Saint Bonaventure University, July 16, 2011

A Time to Live, a Time to Die: Angelo Clareno on Martyrdom

pp. 411-428
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Martyrdom and Identity in the Franciscan Order (Thirteenth and Fourteenth Centuries)

pp. 429-453
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About our Contributors

pp. 455-459
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