1887
Volume 25, Issue 1
  • ISSN 1384-6663
  • E-ISSN: 1569-9684
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Abstract

Abstract

In 1514 at the Faculty of Arts of the University of Leipzig, a quodlibetical disputation took place. About 60 persons participated in the disputation. A handwritten record of this event has been preserved. A thorough analysis of these texts gives us a wealth of information with regard to the themes, positions, and tendencies of thinking during that period of time. The scholars at Leipzig University made an attempt at reconciling their philosophical interests with the claim to spiritual hegemony on the part of theology and the church. This aspect is remarkable if one thinks of the famous papal bull , promulgated in the year 1513. The attached appendix lists the topics and the names of the participants of the disputation according to the record.

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