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Anselm

Saint. 1033--1109, Italian Benedictine monk; archbishop of Canterbury (1093--1109): one of the founders of scholasticism; author of Cur Deus Homo? (Why did God become Man?). Feast day: Aug. 21
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In discussing Merton's thoughts on Anselm there are several relevant sources.
Despite the fact that many would call Anselm a "rationalist," that is, one who argues on the basis of reason only, Merton strongly rejected this label.
Anselm and His Argument," to show that, while Anselm's so-called "argument" for the existence of God is rational, it is at its very core both "theological" because it proceeds from faith to reason and "spiritual" because it springs from the author's contemplative awareness.
Faith Seeking Understanding" in Karl Barth's Reading of Anselm
5) The main argument of this article, none the less, is that Anselm actually fictionalizes this neurotic discomfort.
To return for the moment to more conventional readings of the novel, however, Anselm clearly adopts tailor-made patterns of conduct.
Anselm exploits Flintrop's grief, being prepared with a supinely appropriate facial expression 'fur den Fall, dass er herschaute' (p.
St Anselms dominated the under-14 race, taking six of the first eight places with J Donelly in third.
He is also a member of the successful St Anselms Under-16 Sandfield Park relay team.
The winners entertain Merchant Taylors or St Anselms in the last 16.
He maintains that both before and after 1093 Anselm was seeking the meaning of Church.
Anselm and Yves represent, in their own way, exceptions to this overriding power struggle.