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Questions of ache and soreness ensue often in medieval theological debate. right here, Dr Mowbray examines the leading edge perspectives of Paris's masters of theology within the 13th century, illuminating how they developed notions of discomfort and pain via development a regular terminology and conceptual framework.

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32 Ideas about Human Pain and Suffering and the Passion of Christ passionis. This is because Christ chose to be separated from his body rather than see man separated from God. 90 Although this question does not tackle precisely the same issue as Albert’s question about whether Christ was part of the human species, the definition of the union between body and soul through suffering explains Bonaventure’s thought on how ‘human’ Christ was. In terms of his suffering, then, Christ experienced pain in a similar way to humans.

In the first division of the second part of his Summa Theologiae, composed some time between 1269 and 1272, during his second Parisian regency,45 Aquinas dealt specifically with the passiones animae. 47 However, Aquinas noted the ambiguity shown by the apostle Paul, who used dolor and tristitia synonymously: However the Apostle says the opposite, My tristitia is great and dolor continues to be in my heart. 48 Aquinas went on to explain that suffering can be perceived by interior perception and exterior sense perception.

Shahan (Norman, Oklahoma, 1980), 137. 3, 357–9. €. Nam dolor passionis et carnis primo attingebat animam secundum sensualitatem, et deinde secundum alias vires. , 358. 32 Ideas about Human Pain and Suffering and the Passion of Christ passionis. This is because Christ chose to be separated from his body rather than see man separated from God. 90 Although this question does not tackle precisely the same issue as Albert’s question about whether Christ was part of the human species, the definition of the union between body and soul through suffering explains Bonaventure’s thought on how ‘human’ Christ was.

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