Contributions to this omnibus quantity from twenty-seven the world over well known students will introduce scholars of philosophy, technological know-how, and theology to the present kingdom of study and a number of views at the paintings of Albert the good.
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Verständnis und hermeneutische Funktion der Kreislaufformel bei Albertus Magnus,” in Chemins de la pensée médiévale. Études offerts à Zénon Kaluza, ed. M. Bakker (Turnholt: 2002), 323–350, esp. 342–350. 81 The Latin translations of the Nicomachean Ethics available to Albert a few years later, while composing De bono, also included Books 2–3 in the Ethica vetus and Book 1 in the Ethica nova, whereas only excerpts of Books 7–8 (Ethica Borghesiana) were available; see Simon, “Ad tractatum De natura boni Prolegomena,” v, lns.
41 Albert designates the argumentive method as being the methodological tool “of the science of this book”, meaning the systematic conception of theology manifest in Lombard’s Sententiae, which in the course of the Middle Ages became the chief textbook and foundation for learning and teaching systematic theology. With Albert’s distinction, introduced and developed in his Sentences commentary, between “biblical” theology in the expositio mode and that form of theology employing auctoritas and ratio in the argumentatio mode, for which the terminus technicus “systematic” theology has become established since the 17th century, I would like to conclude our brief sketch of the aspects of his concept of theology.
53 The consistency of literary form and genre between the first work and the later is especially evident in the excursive method of the systematic presentation, while closely orienting 49 See Alberto Vaccari, “S. Albertus Magnus Sacrae Scripturae interpres,” in Alberto Magno. Atti della Settimana Albertina celebrata in Roma nei giorni 9–14 Nov. , Postilla super Isaiam, Ed. Colon. 19, viii–ix. , De nat. ), Ed. Colon. 25/1. , De nat. ), 1, ln. 16. See also Henryk Anzulewicz, Die theologische Relevanz des Bild begriffs und des Spiegelbildmodells in den Frühwerken des Albertus Magnus (Münster: 1999), 5–6.