Edition des Apokalypsenkommentars Joachims von Fiore VI


In the 12th century, medieval theology turned towards apocalypticism and the eschatological future. Part of this movement was Joachim of Fiore, who lived and worked in the Norman-Sicilian Kingdom and under the Staufian Emperors. He developed a trinitarian scheme of history, according to which after the era of the Father and the Son, an era of the Holy Spirit was to be expected. Its aim was an eschatological renaissance and renewal of the christian society, but it was none the less focused on monastic spirituality and contemplation. With the present project his work, never edited since 1527, will now for the first time be presented in a modern critical edition.


Principal Investigators
Helmrath, Johannes Prof. Dr. (Details) (Medieval History)

Duration of Project
Start date: 07/2002
End date: 06/2004

Publications
De septem sigillis: Exegese zwischen Tradition und Innovation, Florensia, Bollettino del Centro Internazionale di Studi Gioachimiti 12 (1998) 7-18



Die Macht des Bösen. Zur Rolle und Bedeutung des Antichristen in der Eschatologie Joachims von Fiore, Florensia 13/14 (1999/2000) 365-378



Exegese und (elektronische) Zukunft: Zur Edition der Werke Joachims von Fiore (ITUG-Tagung 2002, Berlin-Brandenburgísche Akademie der Wissenschaften, im Druck)



Sights and Insight: "Intelligentia spiritualis" and the role of the visions in the life and work of Joachim of Fiore (Vortrag bei der Summer Conference der Ecclesiastical History Society in Exeter im Juli 2003, im Druck)



Die Hermeneutik der Heilsgeschichte: "De septem sigillis" und das Motiv der sieben Siegel im Werk Joachims von Fiore (im Druck)

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