Gorman, Michael M.





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Gorman, Michael M., “A critique of Bischoff’s theory of Irish exegesis. The commentary on Genesis in Munich Clm 6302 (Wendepunkte 2)”, Journal of Medieval Latin 7 (1996): 178–233.

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Article
“A critique of Bischoff’s theory of Irish exegesis. The commentary on Genesis in Munich Clm 6302 (Wendepunkte 2)”
Volume
7
Pages
178–233
Related publications
General
Bischoff, Bernhard, “Wendepunkte in der Geschichte der lateinischen Exegese im Frühmittelalter”, Sacris Erudiri 6 (1954): 189–279.
Ó Cróinín, Dáibhí, “Bischoff’s Wendepunkte fifty years on”, Revue Bénédictine 110 (2000): 204–237.
Silagi, Gabriel, “Notwendige Bemerkungen zu Gormans ‘Critique of Bischoff’s theory of Irish exegesis’”, Peritia 12 (1998): 87–94.  
abstract:
The publication in 1954 of Bischoff’s paper on medieval Irish exegetical texts (‘Wendepunkte’) marked a turning-point in the modern study of Hiberno-Latin literature. However, a recent critique of that paper by Dr Michael Gorman claims to cast doubt on Bischoff’s findings, and on his methodology. That critique has raised issues which it is necessary to confront, and this article offers a reply.
Wright, Charles D., “Bischoff’s theory of Irish exegesis and the Genesis commentary in Munich clm 6302: a critique of a critique”, The Journal of Medieval Latin 10 (2000): 115–175.
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Munich, Bayerische Staatsbibliothek, MS Clm 6302 

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Dennis Groenewegen