Morir d’amore a Port-Royal. La breve vita di Jacqueline Pascal tra fede e obbedienza

SilVana Bartoli

Abstract


Jacqueline Pascal, a passionate girl, in the raisonnable religion of Port-Royal looked for a space where she could devote herself entirely to God. Choosing to be a nun in a world where women were forced to become nuns or wives, she never stops to wonder, and question the boundaries of obedience: is the Church the path leading to God or is it God himself who is the path ? Her letters are the place where the devastating conflict between faith and obedience is enacted, involving the entire abbey.

Keywords


Port-Royal; Jacqueline Pascal; giansenismo; Jansenism

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.13128/SDD-15577



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