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Svetopisemski elementi v novoodkritem Čelanovem življenjepisu svetega Frančiška Asiškega : diplomsko delo
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V diplomski nalogi je predstavljena splošna analiza Vita Beati Patris Nostri Francisci Tomaža Čelanskega, ki jo je odkril francoski znanstvenik Jacques Dalarun v letu 2015. Prvo poglavje je posvečeno kratkemu povzetku življenja svetega Frančiška in njegovi vlogi v obdobju, v katerem je bival, v razmerju do srednjeveške Katoliške Cerkve. Drugo poglavje je osredotočeno na t. i. quaestio franciscana oziroma na kronološke in filološke probleme, ki zadevajo biografske vire o svetem Frančišku. Osredotočeni smo na Frančiškov življenjepis, ki ga je leta 1894 objavil Paul Sabatier in je pomenil prelomnico pri vprašanju hagiografij in pomembnosti Čelanovih biografij. Vita Beati Patris Nostri Francisci, ki jo je našel Dalarun, je ponovno odprla debato: temu je namenjeno celotno tretje poglavje, v katerem je govor o odkritju t. i. Vita brevior, kjer analiziramo njegovo vsebino ter zgodovinsko-biografski in teološki pomen. Vita brevior se prične s pismom, ki je naslovljeno na brata Elija, ki je bil tudi naročnik Vite (povzetka prejšnjih Čelanovih hagiografij). Najpomembnejše pri tem je, da Vita brevior ni bila samo preprosta okrajšava, ampak sinteza, usmerjena k avtentičnemu duhu frančiškanstva. V sklepnem dejanju smo analizirali svetopisemske citate v Tomaževem rokopisu, kjer prednjači Nova zaveza (zlasti iz Evangelija po Mateju), kar nazorno kaže, da je Frančišek prepoznal osrednji pomen evangelijev.

Language:Slovenian
Keywords:Sveti Frančišek, Vita Beati Patris Nostri Francisci, Vita brevior, Quaestio Franciscana, Tomaž Čelanski, Jacques Dalarun, svetopisemski citati, evangelij
Work type:Bachelor thesis/paper (mb11)
Tipology:2.11 - Undergraduate Thesis
Organization:TEOF - Theological Faculty
Year:2020
Publisher:[S. Komes]
Number of pages:VIII, 36 str.
UDC:27-2:929Frančišek A.(043.2)
COBISS.SI-ID:25009923 Link is opened in a new window
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Language:English
Title:Biblical elements in the rediscovered biography of saint Francis of Assisi written by Thomas of Celand
Abstract:
The thesis presents a global analysis of the Vita Beati Patris Nostri Francisci by Thomas of Celano, discovered in a manuscript by the French scholar Jacques Dalarun in 2015. The first chapter is dedicated to a short biographical summary on Saint Francis and the role played by the saint in his era, with particular reference to the situation of the Catholic Church in the Middle Ages. The second chapter focuses on the so-called quaestio franciscana, that is, on the chronological and philological problems that concern the biographical sources on Saint Francis. We focus on the Life of Saint Francis published in 1894 by Paul Sabatier, who marked a turning point in the question of hagiographies and re-evaluated the pre-eminent importance of Thomas of Celano's works in the hagiographic panorama related to Saint Francis. The Vita Beati Patris Nostri Francisci found by Dalarun has naturally reopened the question: the whole chapter three is dedicated to it, in which we talk about the discovery of the so-called Vita brevior and we analyse its content and its historical-biographical and theological value. Vita brevior opens with a letter addressed to Brother Elias, by whom this Vita (an abbreviation of the previous biographies written by Thomas) was evidently requested: the most significant data is that Vita brevior, however, does not seem a simple abbreviation, but a synthesis aimed at focusing attention on the authentic Franciscan spirit. Finally, in the last chapter, the biblical quotations in the text by Thomas are analysed: it is noted that the quotations from the New Testament prevail (in particular from the Gospel of Matthew), which can be explained with the centrality recognized to the Gospel by Saint Francis himself.

Keywords:Saint Francis, Vita Beati Patris Nostri Francisci, Vita brevior, quaestio franciscana, Thomas of Celano, Dalarun, biblical quotations, Gospel

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