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La Philosophie au Moyen Age

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La Philosophie au Moyen Age 1952 edition.


"From the point of view of the general history of philosophy, nothing is more legitimate than to ask what has become of the philosophical problems posed by the Greeks during the first fourteen centuries of the Christian era. Yet if we wish to study and understand the philosophy of this period, we must seek it where it is found, that is to say, in the writings of men who openly offered themselves as theologians, or aspired to to become. The history of the philosophy of the Middle Ages is an abstraction taken from this broader and more comprehensive reality than was Catholic theology in the Middle Ages. "A masterly work, indispensable to the understanding of medieval thought and the early beginnings of modern times. Étienne Gilson (1884-1978), professor at the Collège de France and member of the Académie française, taught medieval philosophy at the Sorbonne.

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Gilson, Etienne
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Payot, Paris

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La Philosophie au Moyen Age 1952 edition.


"From the point of view of the general history of philosophy, nothing is more legitimate than to ask what has become of the philosophical problems posed by the Greeks during the first fourteen centuries of the Christian era. Yet if we wish to study and understand the philosophy of this period, we must seek it where it is found, that is to say, in the writings of men who openly offered themselves as theologians, or aspired to to become. The history of the philosophy of the Middle Ages is an abstraction taken from this broader and more comprehensive reality than was Catholic theology in the Middle Ages. "A masterly work, indispensable to the understanding of medieval thought and the early beginnings of modern times. Étienne Gilson (1884-1978), professor at the Collège de France and member of the Académie française, taught medieval philosophy at the Sorbonne.

Author(s):
Gilson, Etienne
Condition:
Fine
Format:
Paperback
Number of pages:
0
Publisher:
Payot, Paris

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