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Religion and Culture in the Middle Ages: Reading Medieval Anchoritism - Ideology and Spiritual Practices
Mari Hughes-Edwards
ISBN: 9780708325049 (0708325041)Dyddiad Cyhoeddi Mai 2012
Cyhoeddwr: Gwasg Prifysgol Cymru / University of Wales Press, Caerdydd
Fformat: Clawr Caled, 234x156 mm, 256 tudalen Iaith: Saesneg Allan o Stoc - Archebir yn ôl y galw Pris Llawn: £90.00 
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Ysgrifennwch Adolygiad Cwsmer
Mae'r astudiaeth amlddisgyblaethol hon o feudwyaeth Saesneg ganoloesol rhwng 1080 a 1450 yn chwalu'r myth am drigfan y meudwy fel cell anghyfannedd yn unig, ac yn ei hamlygu fel mangre lle y gellir profi cyfnewid ymenyddol, gan ddangos bod ysbrydolrwydd meudwyaidd mewn cytgord â'r byd canoloesol ehangach.

This interdisciplinary study of medieval English anchoritism from 1080-1450, explodes the myth of the anchorhold as solitary death-cell, reveals it instead as the site of potential intellectual exchange, and demonstrates an anchoritic spirituality in synch with the wider medieval world.
Tabl Cynnwys:
Introduction
The Origins of Anchoritism
Introduction to Medieval Anchoritism
Introduction to the Anchoritic Guidance Writing Genre

PART ONE: ANCHORITIC SPIRITUALITY IN ISOLATION: THE ENGLISH ANCHORITIC GUIDES
Chapter One: Introducing the Guides
The Earlier-Medieval Guides
The Later-Medieval Guides
Chapter Two: Anchoritic Enclosure
Permanent Fixity of Place
The Purpose of Anchoritic Enclosure
Anchoritic Enclosure and Living Death
The Invisible Anchorhold
Safeguarding Anchoritic Enclosure
Chapter Three: Anchoritic Solitude and Sociability
The Idealisation of Solitude
Qualifying Solitude: Acceptable Anchoritic Interaction
Safeguarding Solitude: Demonising Anchoritic Sociability
Anchoritic Sociability and Chastity

PART TWO: ANCHORITIC SPIRITUALITY IN CONTEXT: ENGLISH ANCHORITISM AND THE WIDER MEDIEVAL WORLD
Chapter Four: Anchoritism and Asceticism
The History of Asceticism
Anchoritism and Earlier-Medieval Asceticism: Waging Ascetical War
Anchoritism and Ascetical Discretion
Anchoritism and Later-Medieval Asceticism: Sin-Hatred not Flesh-Hatred
Purity without Pain: Ascetical Meditation
Chapter Five: Anchoritism and Contemplative Experience
The Vocabulary of Contemplation
The Three Stages of Contemplation: Meditation, Vision, Fusion
Anchoritic Contemplation and the Active/Contemplative Debate
Anchoritic Contemplation and Contemplative Orthodoxy
Bywgraffiad Awdur:
Dr Mari Hughes-Edwards is Senior Lecturer in English Literature at Edge Hill University.
Gwybodaeth Bellach:
Medieval anchorites willingly embraced the most extreme form of solitude known to the medieval world, so they might forge a closer connection with God. Yet to be physically enclosed within the same four walls for life required strength far beyond most medieval Christians. This book explores the English anchoritic guides which were written, revised and translated, throughout the Middle Ages, to enable recluses to come to terms with the enormity of their choices. The book explores five centuries of the guides’ negotiations of four anchoritic ideals: enclosure, solitude, chastity and orthodoxy, and of two vital anchoritic spiritual practices: asceticism and contemplative experience.
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