Matthias Weynsen's Verweckinghe der godlijcker liefden, 1535: new edition or re-issue?

Matthias Weynsen's Verweckinghe der godlijcker liefden, 1535: new edition or re-issue? ALBERT AMPE SJ Matthias Weynsen's Verweckinghe der godlijcker liefden, 1535: new edition or re-issue? A catalogue card from the Bibliotheca Neerlandica Manuscripta in Leiden is the distant reason for the question posed in the title of this article. Many years ago it taught me that the 'Thien punten om meest voort te gaen ende god te behagen' [Ten ways to become most advanced and to please God] which occur in the Grote evangelische peerle, book II, chapter 41,1 constitute the first chapter of Stimulus divini amoris. At the time known all over Europe, the work was generally attributed to Bonaventure, but was actually written around 1280 by the Franciscan friar Jacobus of Milan (Mediolanensis). Jacobus's text was soon incorporated as the second part of a volume in three parts likewise entitled Stimulus amoris, and also attributed to Bonaventure.2 2 In the Low Countries too, this Stimulus amoris in three parts was translated and subsequently distributed both as a manuscript and as a printed book. On the three 'editions' that were published in the first half of the sixteenth century Father Benjamin de Troeyer OFM has written extensively. The first two were edited by the Minorite Lucas van der http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Quaerendo Brill

Matthias Weynsen's Verweckinghe der godlijcker liefden, 1535: new edition or re-issue?

Quaerendo , Volume 18 (3): 191 – Jan 1, 1988

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© 1988 Koninklijke Brill NV, Leiden, The Netherlands
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ALBERT AMPE SJ Matthias Weynsen's Verweckinghe der godlijcker liefden, 1535: new edition or re-issue? A catalogue card from the Bibliotheca Neerlandica Manuscripta in Leiden is the distant reason for the question posed in the title of this article. Many years ago it taught me that the 'Thien punten om meest voort te gaen ende god te behagen' [Ten ways to become most advanced and to please God] which occur in the Grote evangelische peerle, book II, chapter 41,1 constitute the first chapter of Stimulus divini amoris. At the time known all over Europe, the work was generally attributed to Bonaventure, but was actually written around 1280 by the Franciscan friar Jacobus of Milan (Mediolanensis). Jacobus's text was soon incorporated as the second part of a volume in three parts likewise entitled Stimulus amoris, and also attributed to Bonaventure.2 2 In the Low Countries too, this Stimulus amoris in three parts was translated and subsequently distributed both as a manuscript and as a printed book. On the three 'editions' that were published in the first half of the sixteenth century Father Benjamin de Troeyer OFM has written extensively. The first two were edited by the Minorite Lucas van der

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