Anselm Proslogion Seminar 2019 NOTES for BACKGROUND Jan 9

Anselm’s ambiguous relation to Clunaic monasticism As monk, theologian and bishop, Anselm belongs to the Great Reform of the Catholic Church spanning the 11th to 13th centuries. It emerges in major part from the interaction of Cluniac monasticism and
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