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AUCTOR. Among the Romans the seller was called auctor; and public, sales were made by fixing a spear in the forum, and a person who acted as crier stood by the spear the catalogue of the goods to be sold was made in tables called auctionariae.

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The question remains whether the kind and degree of embeddedness attributed by Rosemann to Scholasticism will prove conducive to the best philosophical thought of the future.
Lehner demonstrates beyond any shadow of a doubt the deep and pervasive influence of protestant scholasticism on Kant's religious thought.
The question of the transition from scholasticism to humanism has been discussed by many Renaissance scholars, leading us back to the controversy between Kristeller and Garin.
Medievalists explore the type of theology called scholasticism as it was practiced between the Reformation and the Enlightenment, and show how elements of it persevere in modern systematic theology.
As he has it, the Barthian rejection of Reformed scholasticism in favor of a return to Luther and Calvin provides a partial explanation for the eclipse of natural law in the twentieth century.
Vermigli's commentary provides a concrete specimen of the phenomenon of Protestant scholasticism and validates newer interpretations of the movement that view scholasticism as a method of academic theology, not as reliance on medieval dogmatic assertions, elevation of reason, or uncritical devotion to Aristotle.
The "beginning" referred to in the original title of the course may at first seem to refer to Descartes, but Heidegger shows that the French philosopher was at heart still knee-deep in and beholden to High Scholasticism.
It is conspicuously successful overall in providing a coherent impression of the developing role of the Bible as a book, or rather as the book, from antiquity to scholasticism.
Instead, Meeks offers new perspectives on the religious lives of women in pre-modern Japan, paying particular attention to the relationship between doctrine and socio-cultural practice outside the rarefied world of Buddhist scholasticism.
Dipple begins with a discussion of Erasmus's attitude toward the history of the Church, arguing that while Erasmus saw no period of the Church as a golden age, for him, as for other humanists, the era of scholasticism served as the low point of the Church's development.
Confessional practices, canon law, scholasticism, and medical discourse work in similar ways to hasten the decline in women's mystical authority in the late fourteenth century.
119), namely Karol Wojtyla, Pope John Paul II, whose encyclical letter Fides et ratio "laments the decline of Aristotelian scholasticism since the Second Vatican Council and calls for a revival of Thomism in Catholic centers of learning" (p.