The Mediaeval Mind: A History of the Development of Thought and Emotion in the Middle Ages - Vol. 2

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INDEX
NOTE. -- Of several references to the same matter the more important are shown by heavy type
Abaelard, Peter, career of, ii. 372-5; at Paris, ii. 373, 374, 413; popularity there, ii. 145; love for Heloïse, ii. 30-1,374; love-songs, ii. 40, 236; Heloïse's love for, i. 601; ii. 29,31, 34, 35, 41-2; early relations with Heloïse, ii. 30-31; suggestion of marriage opposed by her, ii. 32-5; marriage, ii. 35; suffers vengeance of Fulbert, ii. 36; becomes a monk at St. Denis, ii. 36; at the Paraclete, ii. 36, 374; at Breton monastery, ii. 36; St. Bernard's denunciations of, i. 229, 417; ii. 374-5, 385; letters to, from Heloïse quoted, ii. 37-41, 43-6, 49, 50; letters from, to Heloïse quoted, ii, 42-3, 47-9, 50-51; closing years at Cluny, ii. 53, 375; death of, ii. 54,375; estimate of, ii. 29, 372; rationalizing temper, i. 229; ii. 328-9; skill in dialectic, ii. 333, 375-6,383; not an Aristotelian, ii. 399; works on theology, ii. 382-5; De Unitate et Trinitate divina, ii. 36, 328-9,382 and n.3; Theologia, ii. 333-4,424; Scito te ipsum, ii. 380-1; Sic et non, i. 17; ii. 334-4382,387; Dialectica, ii. 376 and nn.,379-80; Dialogue between Philosopher, Jew, and Christian, ii. 380, 381;Historia calamitatum, ii. 30-7,328-9, 373; Carmen ad Astralabium filium, ii. 220; hymns, ii. 236-8; otherwise mentioned, ii. 161, 333and n.
Abbo, Abbot, i. 296 and n.,325
Abbots: Armed forces, with, i. 489
Cistercian, position of, i. 378-9and n.
Investiture of, lay, i. 244
Social class of, i. 489
Accursius, Glossa ordinaria of, ii. 292, 293
Adalberon, Abp. of Rheims, i. 241, 284-5,289
Adam of Marsh, ii. 418, 429, 517
Adam of St. Victor, editions of hymns of, ii. 113n.1; examples of the hymns, ii. 113seqq.; Latin originals, ii. 235, 238-44
Adamnan cited, i. 134n.2, 137
Adelard of Bath, ii. 400
Aedh, i. 132
Agobard, Abp. of Lyons, i. 215, 232-4; cited, ii. 276
Aidan, St., i. 74
Aimoin, Vita Abbonis by, i. 296and n.
Aix, Synod of, i. 375.
Aix-la-Chapelle:
Chapel at, i. 212n.
School at, see Carolingian period -- Palace school
Alans, i. 113, 116, 119
Alanus de Insulis, career of, ii. 118-20; estimate of, ii. 405-6; works of, ii. 74n.1, 120,405n.5, 406; Anticlaudianus, ii. 120-9,221, 407, 569; De plancu naturae, ii. 221-2 and n.1, 406
Alaric, i. 112
Alaric II., i. 117; ii. 272
Alberic, Card., i. 253n.2
Alberic, Markgrave of Camerino, i. 243
Alberic, son of Marozia, i. 243-4
Albertus de Saxonia, ii. 531n.2
Albertus Magnus, career of, ii. 450; estimate of, ii. 328, 331, 451; estimate of work of, ii. 422, 425; attitude, toward Gilbert de la Porrée, ii. 402; compared with Bacon, ii. 452; with Aquinas, ii. 463, 468; relations with Aquinas, ii. 464; on logic, ii. 344-5; method of, ii. 345n.; edition of works, ii. 454n.1; De praedicabilibus, ii. 344 and n.-345, 454-5; work on the rest of Aristotle, ii. 450-1; analysis of this work, ii. 454seqq.; attitude toward the original, ii. 452; Summa theologiae, ii. 460, 461; Summa de creaturis, ii. 461; De adhaerendo Deo, ii. 462; otherwise mentioned, i. 17; ii. 108n.2, 313, 342, 432, 571n.2

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