El De amore de Andrés el Capellán y el Amor cortés

  1. Enrique Montero Cartelle 1
  1. 1 Universidad de Valladolid
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    Universidad de Valladolid

    Valladolid, España

    ROR https://ror.org/01fvbaw18

Book:
Forum classicorum: perspectivas y avances sobre el Mundo Clásico
  1. Jesús de la Villa Polo (coord.)
  2. Antonio López Fonseca (coord.)
  3. Emma Falque Rey (coord.)
  4. María Paz de Hoz García-Bellido (coord.)
  5. María José Muñoz Jiménez (coord.)
  6. Irene Villarroel Fernández (coord.)
  7. Victoria Recio Muñoz (coord.)

Publisher: Guillermo Escolar Editor ; Sociedad Española de Estudios Clásicos

ISBN: 978-84-18981-15-9 978-84-18981-13-5 978-84-09-34326-3 978-84-09-34325-6 978-84-18981-14-2 978-84-09-34322-5 978-84-09-34327-0 978-84-09-34324-9

Year of publication: 2021

Volume: 2

Pages: 967-996

Congress: Congreso de la Sociedad Española de Estudios Clásicos (15. 2019. Valladolid)

Type: Conference paper

Abstract

Andreas Capellanus wrote at the end of the 12th century a treatise entitled De amore, which represents an update of the Art of love and Remedies against the love of Ovid, but which shows a new way of seeing love relationships: courteous love, which is a code, an art of love in which a series of norms are established, which constitute polite love, courtesy. This love was sung by many troubadours within the feudal and aristocratic world. But this work poses problems of interpretation and remains the subject of controversy