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  • Title: Chapter: About the Author, the People, and the Background of this Book
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    • Dominican monastery at Erfurt, where he remained for nine years in
    • Dominican institution where the eminent scholastic, Albertus Magnus was a
    • importance within the Dominican Order.
    • of Erfurt, Vicar of Thuringia” in Dominican records. He was now in his
    • frequently entered into disputation with Franciscans in defense of Dominican
    • was enhanced by the writings of this Dominican, just as the Italian language
    • Dominicans who had preceded him, and although he did not follow their
    • of this Thuringian Dominican, invited Eckhart to Rome to defend the cause of
    • of the Dominicans for Saxony. Three years later he was appointed
    • of Superior of the entire Dominican Province in Germany. However, a certain
    • addressed to the Superiors of the Dominican Order at its headquarters in
    • However, a Dominican managed to obtain the task of investigating Meister
    • found his fellow-Dominican entirely without guilt or taint of heresy.
    • Dominican monastery where Eckhart was professor of theology. One can imagine
    • the effect of the older Dominican teacher upon the impressionable mind of
    • Eventually Tauler entered the Dominican college in Cologne not long before
    • Week after week, month after month, this fearless Dominican stood in his
    • of the work of Meister Eckhart is that of yet another Dominican, Heinrich
    • Through the Dominican stream the Scholasticism of Thomas Aquinas came to
    • Dominican monk, leader of the reaction against the Renaissance, the dogmatic
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  • Title: Chapter: Meister Eckhart
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    • belonged to the Order of the Dominicans, as did the greatest Christian



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