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E. Gilson
Reason and Revelation in the Middle Ages: Revised edition, with a new preface by William J. Courtenay

approx. 100 p., 140 x 210 mm
ISBN: 978-0-88844-428-8
Languages: French
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“In three short chapters, and with a few brief strokes, Professor Gilson has succeeded in outlining three dominant threads in the problem of the relations between reason and revelation in the Middle Ages. Those who have read the James Lectures on the Unity of Philosophical Experience will find in the Richards Lectures ... a welcome complement to Gilson’s discussion of the role and the fate of rational speculation within the unity of Christian thought during the Middle Ages. ... At the present moment when so much is written on medieval thought, and when the historical landscape is so mobile, it is extremely useful to follow a master guide in a simple but sure presentation of the most important problem confronting medieval thinkers.” — Anton Pegis
Interest Classification:
Philosophy
Branches of Philosophy
Ethics & moral philosophy
Early Christian Philosophy (Tertullian to Bede)
Early Medieval Philosophy (c. 650-1200)

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