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    • frequently entered into disputation with Franciscans in defense of Dominican
    • which the Franciscans chose to bring forward against them.
    • explain why the Franciscans cherished no particular liking for him. With
    • regard to his disputations with the Franciscans, Eckhart said, “When I
    • honor: he was called by the Franciscan, Heinrich von Virneberg, Archbishop
    • But the matter did not stop there. Perhaps sensing that if Franciscans had
    • Archbishop called in two experts in heresy, the Franciscans Benherus Friso
    • Franciscan philosopher and scientist, Roger Bacon. When Jan was eleven years
    • the Catholic church in Breslau. Now a Franciscan priest, he organized the
    • Eckhart, a Dominican, and concludes with Angelus Silesius, a Franciscan. Midway
    • Franciscans, for whom the essence of creation was expressed in the word



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