ANSELM , of
See also:Laon (d . 1117), French theologian, was
See also:born of very humble parents at Laon before the
See also:middle of the 11th century . He is said to have studied under St Anselm at Bee . About 1076 he taught with
See also:great success at
See also:Paris, where, as the associate of
See also:William of Champeaux, he upheld the realistic side of the scholastic controversy . Later he removed to his native place, where his school for
See also:theology and exegetics rapidly became the most famous in
See also:Europe . He died in 1117 . His greatest
See also:work, an interlinear
See also:gloss on the Scriptures, was one of the great authorities of the middle ages . It has been frequently reprinted . Other commentaries apparently by him have been ascribed to various writers, principally to the great Anselm . A
See also:list of them, with
See also:notice of Anselm's Iife, is contained in the Histoire litteraire de la France, x . T70-18Q . The
See also:works are collected in
See also:Migne's Patrologia
See also:Latina, tome 16g; some unpublished Sententiae were edited by G .
Lefevre (Milan, 1894), on which see Haureau in the Journal
See also:des savants for 1895 .
RICHARD ANSDELL (1815-1885)
ANSELM (c. 1033-1109)
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