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  • Title: Chapter: About the Author, the People, and the Background of this Book
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    • At this time Eckhart was sent to one of the colleges in Paris, where he
    • Thirteenth century Paris was a place of great attraction for scholars, and
    • Pierre Abèlard had written of his intense desire to visit Paris, the
    • witnessed and whose life he recorded, loved Paris for its generous supply of
    • feelings about Paris in the exclamation, “Indeed the Lord is in this place,
    • Years later Eckhart described his Paris activities in terms which perhaps
    • preached at Paris, I said, and I dare repeat it now, that with all their
    • learning the men of Paris are not able to conceive that God is in the very
    • University of Paris. Ever since then he has been known as Meister Eckhart.
    • “The theologians of Paris study great tomes and turn over many pages, but
    • priests, theological students from the University of Paris, arrived and
    • Gerard was sent to the University of Paris. In three years he was given his
    • out by his former teacher from the University of Paris, Henry de Kalkar, who for
    • At the very end of his life, while he was visiting Paris, Francis I had him
    • whom all his parishioners loved, and who loved them in return.
    • Twenty-one years after the death of their pastor, his parishioners came to
    • Toulouse for Paris, where he arrived in 1581.
    • The Paris lectures of Giordano Bruno were based on his study of the famous
    • After two years' teaching in Paris, Bruno was offered the post of secretary
    • general of the diocese of Breslau. As a simple parish priest in the village
  • Title: Chapter: Agrippa of Nettesheim and Theophrastus Paracelsus
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    • into nature. With such purposes he repeatedly went to Paris, to Italy, and
    • comparison it might easily appear that he still refers what is due only to
    • natural descent, in comparison with all earlier “hypotheses of
    • Galen, Mesur! After me, and I not after you, you of Paris, you of
  • Title: Chapter: The Friendship with God
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    • was for some time Chancellor of the University of Paris, and played an

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