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MISIÓN Y CRUZADA EN EL PENSAMIENTO DE RAMON LLULL (1232-1316), UNA CUESTIÓN SIN ZANJAR.

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      In this article we present a state of the art – bibliographical review and outline of a possible line of research – about the ideas of mission and crusade and their interrelation – the way in which both concepts, apparently contradictory or excluding, are conjugated – in the philosophical, political and missionary thought of the Mallorcan Ramon Llull (1232-1316). After explaining the main strengths and weaknesses of each of the historiographic approaches, we have come to the conclusion that a deep, holistic and unitary study of Llull’s thought could illuminate the question of mission and crusade, overcoming old dualist schemes and achieving a more adequate understanding of the problem. [ABSTRACT FROM AUTHOR]
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      In questo articolo presentiamo uno stato dell’arte (rassegna bibliografica e schema di una possibile linea di ricerca da seguire) sulle idee di missione e crociata e la loro interrelazione (il modo in cui entrambi i concetti, apparentemente contraddittori o esclusi, sono coniugati) nel pensiero filosofico, politico e missionario del maiorchino Raimondo Lullo (1232-1316). Dopo aver spiegato i principali punti di forza e di debolezza di ciascuno degli approcci storiografici, siamo giunti alla conclusione che uno studio profondo, olistico e unitario del pensiero di Lullo potrebbe illuminare la questione della missione e della crociata, superando vecchi schemi dualistici e raggiungendo una comprensione più adeguata del problema. [ABSTRACT FROM AUTHOR]
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