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De miseria humanae conditionis – Pope Innocent III, Johann Heinrich Achterfeldt – Google Books
According to Robert E. They may have in fact been met with good faith. Athens, Georgia65n. Original Format [no text].
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Retrieved from ” https: The text is divided into three mizeria in the first part the wretchedness of the human body and the various hardships one has to bear throughout life are described; the second lists man’s futile ambitions, i. Woods London and New Yorkpp.
Text Item Type Metadata Text I have chosen the Lotario Dei Segni, De miseria humanae conditionis due to my interest se its many owners and how these owners may have changed, manipulated or added to the manuscripts existence and lived experience. The second book of this work calls particular attention to the unpleasant realities likely to confront a man living in the circles of the powerful and wealthy: De miseria humana condiciones is a latin text written in the 12th century fe Lotario dei Segni, who later become Pope innocent III.
Naphta describes De Miseria Condicionis Humane as ‘a very witty literary work’ or, in another translation, ‘an exceedingly witty piece of writing.
The text in the Lewis edition is an unemended transcription of a manuscript from the Condjtionis Library British Library, Lansdowneff.
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De miseria humanae conditionis
De Miseria Condicionis Humane On the wretchedness of the human conditionalso known as Liber de contemptu mundi, sive De miseria humanae conditionis is a twelfth-century religious text written in Latin by cardinal Lotario dei Segni, later Pope Innocent III. Lewis, the editor of the most recent translation in English, mkseria manuscripts of the text are extant. The first part of the book the miserable conditions that accompany all humans as they pass through this world.
Athens, Georgia I will also look into what it means for a book to be a forgery and how that adds to this narrative of the altered living document. Woods London and New Yorkand by H.
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Alfred A Knopf,p. The text is three parts that depict the human experience. I will also look into the way the books content was altered to inform latter readers of new information in the way today we would put out another addition.