Meister Eckhart in Erfurt (Miscellanea Mediaevalia) by Andreas Speer, Lydia Wegener

By Andreas Speer, Lydia Wegener

Meister Eckhart spent a few two decades within the Dominican convent in Erfurt, first as past after which as first provincial of the order’s province of Saxonia. even if lately the nice importance of Meister Eckhart’s time in Erfurt, among the classes he spent in Paris, has develop into a growing number of obtrusive, Eckhart learn has more commonly committed much less consciousness to his years in Erfurt than to his time in Paris, Strasbourg and Cologne. the current quantity addresses the necessity for extra study into Eckhart’s time in Erfurt. The 27 papers handle an important developments in contemporary learn into Eckhart and inquire into the implications those have for our overview of Meister Eckhart.

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XXXI), Leuven 2003, 75-100. Cf. In Gen. I, n. 41 (LW I, 216, 8-10); zu diesem Bild der vespertilio, das auf Aristoteles, Metaph. II, c. 1 (993b, 9-11) zurückgeht, cf. auch Bonaventura, Itinerarium mentis in Deum V, 4 (Opera omnia V, 309a); zur Auslegungsgeschichte dieses Motivs cf. C. Steel, Der Adler und die Nachteule. Thomas und Albert über die Möglichkeit der Metaphysik (Lectio Albertina 4), Münster 2001. , n. “ - Cf. Augustinus, De Trinitate XIV, 7, 9 (CCSL, vol. ; ferner De trinitate X, 12, 19 (CCSL, vol.

In ihr gelangt Eckhart, wie sich Kurt Ruh ausdrückt, „zu den kühnsten Folgerungen und Formulierungen seiner Abgeschiedenheits-Spiritualität“ 1. Arm ist der Mensch, der nichts will, nichts weiß und nichts hat. Am Schluss der letzten Armut, der äußersten Armut, führt Eckhart aus: „Also lehren wir, der Mensch solle so arm dastehen, daß er keine Stätte sei und keine Stätte habe, in der Gott wirken könnte. Wo der Mensch noch eine solche Stätte behält, dort hält er am Unterschied fest. Darum also bitte ich Gott, daß er mich ablöse von Gott, da mein wesentliches Wesen oberhalb Gottes steht, sofern wir Gott begreifen als den Ursprung der Geschöpfe.

Steer/L. ), Lectura Eckhardi I, Stuttgart-BerlinKöln 1998, 164-180, hier: 176, 27-178, 15: „Alsoˆ sprechen wir, daz der mensche alsoˆ arm sül staˆn, daz er niht ensıˆ noch enhabe deheine stat, dar got inne müge würken. Daˆ der mensche stat beheltet, daˆ beheltet Meister Eckharts deutsche reden und predigten 35 1329 Eckhart, weil er „mehr wissen wollte als nötig war […], weil er sein Ohr von der Wahrheit abkehrte und sich Erdichtungen zuwandte“ 3. Eine pia opinio könnte argumentieren, Johannes XXII.

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