John Mair on the writing of theology

Broadie, A. (2015) John Mair on the writing of theology. In: Slotemaker, J. T. and Witt, J. C. (eds.) A Companion to the Theology of John Mair. Series: Brill's companions to the Christian tradition. Brill Academic Publishers, pp. 25-40. ISBN 9789004218765

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Abstract

John Mair (c.1467-1550), major Scottish philosopher, logician and theologian of the Pre-Reformation period, wrote a brief dialogue on the task of the theologian. The two protagonists in the dialogue were young Scots, David Cranston and Gavin Douglas, with Douglas representing renaisssance humanism and Cranston resisting this stance. Mair shows himself a man of the old order but well-informed about and not entirely hostile to the new.

Item Type:Book Sections (Other)
Keywords:John Mair, David Cranston, Gavin Douglas, theology, humanism, theory of relations, intension of forms
Status:Published
Glasgow Author(s) Enlighten ID:Broadie, Professor Alexander
Authors: Broadie, A.
College/School:College of Arts > School of Humanities > History
Publisher:Brill Academic Publishers
ISBN:9789004218765

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