19Purg1to3W11 - Purgatory 1-3 Hells silence Spatial...

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Purgatory 1-3 Hell’s silence Spatial relation of Hell and Purgatory Thematic relation of Hell and Purgatory Ulysses’ journey Limbo Fathers and sons Purgatorial themes Time (liturgy, nostalgia, redemption) Bodies Personalities: Cato Casella Virgil Manfred 1
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A new perspective 2
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Purgatory A new place – first pontifical definition: 1254 – Council of Lyons: 1274 We believe ... that the souls, by the purifying compensation are purged after death 4
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Purgatory and time A new place a doctrine that developed over time because of new concepts of time a mercantile society a banking society not the seasonal, circular time of agriculture, but progressive, profit-making hours (Jacques Le Goff, The Birth of Purgatory ) 5
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Purgatory: intermediate A new place – idea of the intermediate between death and Last Judgment between time and eternity the gray area – efficacy of intercessory prayer a link to the living – indulgences (Jubilee year) 6
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