The Latin original along with an English translation of Nicholas of Cusa's "De Pace Fidei", are both featured in this volume. The dialogue was first written in reaction to the fall of Constantinople and to address the general problem of interreligious strife. The text is supplemented by annotation and commentary, a concordance to the Latin text, and an annotated bibliography. Latin and corresponding English translation are provided on facing pages of the book.
Publisher: The Edwin Mellen Press Ltd
Number of pages: 368
Edition: Annotated edition
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