Disciplinamento sociale e teologia nei Quodlibeta di Pietro de Trabibus

This article analyzes some questiones quodlibetales (1296-1297) delivered by Peter of Trabibus, a Florentine Franciscan of Santa Croce. He reflects on and attempts to regulate Florentine society in times of unprecedented political and economic dynamism. Dealing with the definition of “new” sins, the...

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Published in: The Dominicans and the Making of Florentine Cultural Identity (13th-14th centuries) / I domenicani e la costruzione dell'identità culturale fiorentina (XIII-XIV secolo) pp. 207 - 224
Main Author: Tabarroni, Andrea
Format: Book Chapter
Language: Italian
Published: 2020
Series: Reti Medievali E-Book
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Summary: This article analyzes some questiones quodlibetales (1296-1297) delivered by Peter of Trabibus, a Florentine Franciscan of Santa Croce. He reflects on and attempts to regulate Florentine society in times of unprecedented political and economic dynamism. Dealing with the definition of “new” sins, these questions examine tantalizing cases pertaining to economic life outside the convent, and which thus constitute matters of great juridical and political interest. The critical edition of Petrus of Trabibus’ questions 17 to 22, Quodlibet 2, here published for the first time, completes this contribution.
ISBN: 8855180452
9788855180450
ISSN: 2704-6362
2704-6079
DOI: 10.36253/978-88-5518-046-7.13