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  • Title: Chapter: About the Author, the People, and the Background of this Book
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    • From Erfurt, Eckhart went to Cologne to take the studium generale at the
    • leading teacher until his death in 1280. Through his instructors at Cologne,
    • of Cologne, to assume a professorship in the college there. However, the
    • Venice. A few months later, the Archbishop of Cologne who already had had
    • against him before the court of the Archbishop of Cologne. About three weeks
    • later he preached in a Cologne church in defense of his ideas, and said that
    • Eventually Tauler entered the Dominican college in Cologne not long before
    • education began at Constance, and was continued at Cologne, where he came
    • Cologne in 1329, and springs directly from the mystical teachings of Meister
    • and from there he attended the well-known theological school in Cologne.
    • Master's degree, and then was called to teach at Cologne, where he was soon
    • One day Groote was standing with a crowd watching a game in a Cologne square
    • followed this with a course in theology at Cologne where, as we have seen,
    • city of Cologne on September 14, 1487. His family was honored for its
    • University of Cologne. He also learned eight languages, and passed some time
    • Henry Cornelius quietly left Metz for Cologne, where he remained in discreet
    • Cornelius was able to live for some time at Cologne and Ronn under the
    • personal protection of the great Hermann von Wied, Archbishop of Cologne,
  • Title: Chapter: Agrippa of Nettesheim and Theophrastus Paracelsus
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    • family and was born in Cologne. He studied medicine and jurisprudence at an
    • Montpellier, you of Swabia, you of Meissen, you of Cologne, you of Vienna,

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