Saint Anselm : A Portrait in a Landscape

Saint Anselm : A Portrait in a Landscape

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Table of Contents

Preface                                            xv
Abbreviations and short titles xix
Chronology of Anselm's life, works, and xxvii
canonization
PART I FROM BIRTH TO REBIRTH, 1033--1070 1 (194)
Escape From Confinement 3 (11)
Family and local background 3 (8)
Flight to the North 11 (3)
The Year Of Decision 14 (25)
The meeting of Anselm and Lanfranc 14 (5)
The impact of papal policy 19 (6)
Lanfranc's visit to Rome 25 (4)
Anselm's apprenticeship 29 (3)
Notes on intellectual activity at Bec, 32 (7)
1050--1060
The text of Nicholas II's letter to 32 (1)
Lanfranc
The development of Lanfranc's Commentary 33 (2)
on St Paul
Lanfranc's marginal symbols 35 (4)
Anselm And Lanfranc 39 (28)
Lanfranc's contribution to Anselm's future 39 (20)
Lanfranc as teacher 39 (4)
Lanfranc as disputant 43 (3)
The use of grammatical tools 46 (1)
The use of dialectical tools 47 (1)
Substance and Accidents 47 (3)
Equipollent propositions 50 (3)
Lanfranc as book-collector 53 (6)
Anselm's recognition of his debt 59 (3)
Anselm's De Grammatico 62 (3)
The parting of the ways 65 (2)
The Years of Silence 67 (24)
Private and corporate disciplines 67 (2)
The influence of the Bible 69 (2)
The influence of St Augustine 71 (20)
Stylistic similarities 73 (4)
The discipline of meditation 77 (3)
Similarities and contrasts 80 (2)
Different times: different outlooks 82 (9)
PART II THE RADIANT YEARS, 1070-1093
Anselm's New Start 91 (22)
Prayers and Meditations 91 (2)
The devotional background 93 (6)
The Anselmian transformation 99 (7)
A new direction in medieval devotion 106 (3)
Anselm's last phase 109 (4)
The Great `Meditations' 113 (25)
Anselm's first peak 113 (5)
The Monologion 118 (9)
Talk among friends 118 (2)
An example of meditation 120 (3)
Faith and Reason 123 (2)
Faith and understanding 125 (2)
The Proslogion 127 (11)
A supplement to the Monologion 127 (2)
Meditating on the word `God' 129 (3)
Presuppositions of Anselm's argument 132 (2)
Principles of meditation 134 (4)
The Nature And Importance of Friendship 138 (28)
Anselm's letters of friendship 138 (1)
The traditional pattern of friendship 139 (2)
The new romantic ideal 141 (2)
The Anselmian experience 143 (5)
The question of homosexuality 148 (5)
The symbolism of the kiss 153 (2)
The theology of friendship 155 (6)
Friendship and the kingdom of Heaven 161 (5)
An Unwelcome But Enlarging World 166 (29)
Theology and the world 167 (14)
Worldly liberty 167 (4)
Spiritual liberty 171 (3)
An outsider's attack 174 (7)
Anselm faces the world 181 (14)
The benefactors of Bec 181 (5)
The reluctant archbishop 186 (9)
PART III A MONASTIC VIEW IN A DEVELOPING WORLD, 195 (170)
1093-1109
Anselm And The Human Condition 197 (31)
Sources of a new dispute 197 (8)
The Jews 198 (4)
The Schools 202 (3)
The outline of Anselm's argument 205 (2)
The problem 206 (1)
The necessity of a solution 206 (1)
The solution 206 (1)
The rights of the Devil 207 (4)
Man alone with God 211 (5)
Freedom, obedience, and punishment 216 (5)
Feudal imagery and universal order 221 (7)
`Release My Soul From This Slavery' 228 (26)
The new archbishop 228 (6)
The background 228 (2)
Lanfranc's legacy 230 (2)
The Investiture dispute 232 (2)
The framework of archiepiscopal life 234 (13)
The precepts of Gregory the Great 234 (4)
Anselm's assistants 238 (9)
Conflicting evidence 247 (7)
Eadmer's records and recollections 247 (2)
Anselm's letters 249 (5)
A New Archbishop's Problems Of Obedience 254 (23)
What is the law? 254 (5)
Problems of monastic obedience 259 (5)
King Malcolm's daughter 260 (2)
King Harold's daughter 262 (2)
Problems of divided obedience 264 (13)
in becoming an archbishop 265 (3)
in choosing a pope 268 (2)
in defending the Canterbury lands 270 (2)
in holding an ecclesiastical Council 272 (2)
in consulting the pope 274 (3)
The Liberty Of The Church 277 (31)
Two views of liberty 277 (1)
The fruits of exile 278 (11)
The anathemas of 1099 280 (5)
The influence of Hugh, archbishop of Lyons 285 (4)
Anselm, Henry I, and the liberty of the 289 (15)
Church
Anselm misses a political opportunity 291 (3)
The problem unfolds 294 (4)
Anselm reverts to essentials 298 (4)
The inevitable compromise 302 (2)
Final reflections 304 (4)
The Liberty Of A Monastic Community 308 (22)
Organization under Lanfranc 308 (7)
Anselm's liberating influence 315 (6)
Anselmian liberty 321 (9)
An Old Liberty: The Primacy Of Canterbury 330 (35)
Principles of primacy 330 (5)
The privileges of primacy 335 (5)
Legatine authority 335 (2)
Territorial extension 337 (1)
Wales 337 (1)
Ireland 338 (1)
Northern England and Scotland 339 (1)
The struggle with York 340 (7)
Primacy in action 347 (5)
Was Canterbury's claim to primacy founded 352 (13)
on forgery?
Lanfranc's words in 1072 354 (3)
The situation between 1072 and 1120 357 (2)
The last resort: forgery 359 (6)
PART IV THE HARVEST OF FRIENDS AND DISCIPLES 365 (94)
Anselm's Earliest Theological Disciples 367 (15)
Anselm's circle at Canterbury 367 (4)
Elaborators of Anselm's thoughts 371 (11)
Gilbert Crispin, abbot of Westminster 371 (1)
Ralph, prior of Rochester and abbot of 372 (4)
Battle
Honorius Augustodunensis 376 (6)
The Collectors Of Anselm's Words And Letters 382 (22)
Reporters of conversations and sermons 382 (12)
Eadmer as reporter 384 (1)
Eadmer's reports of Anselm's talk 384 (1)
Eadmer's reports of Anselm's sermons 385 (4)
Alexander's reports 389 (1)
The reporter of Anselm's parables 390 (4)
The collectors of Anselm's letters 394 (10)
General problems of letter collecting 396 (2)
Two central manuscripts 398 (2)
The importance of William of Malmesbury's 400 (2)
initiative
The final collections of Canterbury and 402 (2)
Bec
Eadmer And Anselm 404 (33)
The development of a disciple 404 (18)
The happy years 404 (6)
The fall 410 (4)
Patching up the past 414 (2)
The road to disaster 416 (2)
The years of recovery 418 (4)
Eadmer's Anselm: from intimate portrait to 422 (6)
saint's Life
The intimate portrait 422 (4)
The saint's Life 426 (2)
In Anselm's footsteps 428 (9)
The area of successful imitation 428 (2)
Eadmer's Prayers and Meditations 430 (1)
On the excellence of the Blessed Virgin 430 (1)
Mary
An appeal to St Peter 431 (1)
Eadmer's Guardian Angel 432 (1)
Eadmer on the Immaculate Conception 432 (5)
A Backward Glance 437 (22)
Anselm in his time: between two worlds 437 (6)
The unity of Anselm's life and thought 443 (4)
Anselm no humanist 447 (5)
Anselm and eternity 452 (7)
APPENDIX Towards a history of Anselm's letters 459 (24)
I The main manuscripts 459 (1)
II The problems and their importance 460 (1)
III Anselm's letters as prior and abbot of 461 (5)
Bec
1 The contents of N 464 (1)
2 Pre-archiepiscopal letters in V 464 (1)
3 Pre-archiepiscopal letters in L 465 (1)
IV Anselm's archiepiscopal correspondence 466 (13)
1 Preserving the letters 466 (1)
2 The manner of their preservation 466 (2)
3 Collecting the letters into volumes 468 (1)
i Did Anselm make a volume of his 468 (1)
archiepiscopal letters?
ii How were the existing collections made? 469 (1)
4 The collectors of the letters 470 (1)
i Eadmer, 1109-1115 470 (1)
ii William of Malmesbury, 1120--23 470 (3)
iii The great Canterbury collection: L, c 473 (3)
1123--1130
iv The great Bec collection: V, c 1125 476 (3)
V The transmission of the collection 479 (1)
VI Summary 480 (3)
Index 483