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Medieval Philosophy: Essential Readings with Commentary (Blackwell…

by Gyula Klima

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"The study of medieval philosophy has often been lost between the foundational importance of ancient thought and the grandeur of the Renaissance. Recently, however, medieval philosophy has reawakened significant interest, playing an important role in our understanding of the history of ideas. Medieval Philosophy: Essential Readings with Commentary provides an outstanding resource, combining key primary texts from the foremost philosophers of the time with extensive and helpful editorial commentary. Part of the Blackwell Readings in the History of Philosophy series, this collection provides a thorough and engaging introduction to philosophy in the middle ages."--BOOK JACKET.… (more)

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