Session Title

Richard FitzRalph: Fourteenth-Century Scholar, Bishop and Polemicist

Sponsoring Organization(s)

Dept. of Philosophy, Maynooth Univ.; FitzRalph Society

Organizer Name

Simon Nolan

Organizer Affiliation

Maynooth Univ./FitzRalph Society

Presider Name

Susan Gottloeber

Presider Affiliation

Maynooth Univ.

Paper Title 1

Jacques Almain and Francisco de Vitoria on FitzRalph and Dominium

Presenter 1 Name

Michael Dunne

Presenter 1 Affiliation

Maynooth Univ./FitzRalph Society

Paper Title 2

FitzRalph and the Origins of the Utraquist Position in Bohemia

Presenter 2 Name

Stephen Lahey

Presenter 2 Affiliation

Univ. of Nebraska-Lincoln

Paper Title 3

The Reputation of Richard FitzRalph in Seventeenth-Century England

Presenter 3 Name

Simon Nolan

Start Date

17-5-2015 10:30 AM

Session Location

Bernhard 204

Description

The session will address particular aspects of the life, works, and legacy of Richard FitzRalph 'Armachanus' (c.1300-1360), theologian, archbishop of Armagh (1346-60) and chancellor of the University of Oxford (1360), seeking to make a timely contribution to the current reassessment of this important 14th-century thinker and ecclesiastic. Papers will consider FitzRalph's contribution to philosophical and theological debate during his time at Oxford and Avignon as well as looking at the reception of his thought in the late medieval and modern periods. The session will be co-sponsored by the Department of Philosophy, National University of Ireland Maynooth and The FitzRalph Society. The FitzRalph Critical Edition project is an initiative of the Department of Philosophy, Maynooth University coming under the Department's research specialisation in 'Medieval and Renaissance Philosophy and Ireland’s Medieval Philosophical Heritage.'

Simon F. Nolan

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May 17th, 10:30 AM

Richard FitzRalph: Fourteenth-Century Scholar, Bishop and Polemicist

Bernhard 204

The session will address particular aspects of the life, works, and legacy of Richard FitzRalph 'Armachanus' (c.1300-1360), theologian, archbishop of Armagh (1346-60) and chancellor of the University of Oxford (1360), seeking to make a timely contribution to the current reassessment of this important 14th-century thinker and ecclesiastic. Papers will consider FitzRalph's contribution to philosophical and theological debate during his time at Oxford and Avignon as well as looking at the reception of his thought in the late medieval and modern periods. The session will be co-sponsored by the Department of Philosophy, National University of Ireland Maynooth and The FitzRalph Society. The FitzRalph Critical Edition project is an initiative of the Department of Philosophy, Maynooth University coming under the Department's research specialisation in 'Medieval and Renaissance Philosophy and Ireland’s Medieval Philosophical Heritage.'

Simon F. Nolan