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Vol. 2, No. 1 (fall 2004)

On April 23 - 24, 2004, the Institute for Saint Anselm Studies sponsored the third Saint Anselm Conference. Over 24 papers on various aspects of Saint Anselm's life, thought, and spirituality were presented by scholars from the United States and Great Britain. In addition there was a special session at which undergraduates presented their research findings on Saint Anselm.

The institute is pleased to present in this issue of The Saint Anselm Journal a selection of the papers given at the conference.

Human Free Will in Anselm and Descartes (PDF/123KB)
by Sophie Berman
St. Francis College
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Faith and Reason in Anselm: Two Models (PDF/127KB)
by Montague Brown
Saint Anselm College
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Feudal Imagery or Christian Tradition? A Defense of the Rationale for Anselm's Cur Deus Homo (PDF /128KB)
by Nicholas Cohen
Boston College
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St. Anselm of Canterbury and Romano Guardini (PDF/147KB)
by Father Emery de Gaál, Ph.D.
University of St. Mary of the Lake
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A Christological Renaissance: The Chalcedonian Turn of St. Anselm of Canterbury (PDF/130KB)
by Michael J. Deem
Saint Louis University
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Brentano's Account of Anselm's Proof of Immortality in Monologion 68-69 (PDF/153KB)
by Susan Krantz Gabriel
Saint Anselm College
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Understanding Christ's Satisfaction Today [(PDF/112KB)
by Paul J. LaChance
Saint Anselm College
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Ms. Bodley 271: Establishing the Anselmian Canon? (PDF/438KB)
by Ian Logan
Blackfriars Hall, Oxford University
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Anselm and the Guilt of Adam (PDF/135KB)
by Kevin A. McMahon
Saint Anselm College
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Music in the Time of Saint Anselm (PDF/122KB)
by Donald R. Cox
Saint Anselm College
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