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    • at Oxford, Eckhart received the Licentiate and Master's degree from the
    • the teachings of Savonarola, former lecturer at Oxford, at that time dean of
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    • he had known in Italy and France. In Protestant Oxford Bruno found a
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    • won easily, but was soon forbidden to continue his lectures in Oxford.
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