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The Medieval mind--faith or reason?

Author: Brian Tierney
Publisher: [New York] : Random House, [©1967]
Series: Random House historical issues series, 8.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Brian Tierney
OCLC Number: 1119216
Notes: Excerpted from their Great issues in Western civilization.
Description: 54 pages ; 24 cm.
Contents: 1. Peter Abelard: From Sic et non / Peter Abelard. Bernard of Clairvaux's letter to the bishop's and cardinals. From Historia calamitatum / Peter Abelard --
2. The rise of the universities: From The Renaissance of the twelfth century / C.H. Haskins. Rules of the University of Paris. Proclamation of the Official Episcopal Court of Paris against clerks and scholars who go about Paris armedby day and night and commit crimes. Hazing of freshmen forbidden. On the vices of the masters / Alvarus Pelagius. Method of lecturing in the liberal arts prescribed, Paris. Method of expounding the law / Odofredus. Banning of Aristotle's works. Gregory IX on books offensive to the Catholic faith. Courses in arts, Paris --
3. The imapct of Aristotle: From A sketch of mediaeval philosophy / D.J.B. Hawkins. From Opius Maius / Roger Bacon. From Reason and revelation in the Middle Ages / Etienne Gilson --
4. Thomas Aquinas on faith and reason: From The warfare of science / A.D. White. From The evolution of medieval thought / David Knowles. From Summa theologiae / Thomas Aquinas. Philosophical extracts / Thomas Aquinas. From Summa theologiae / Thomas Aquinas. From On kingship / Thomas Aquinas. From Aquinas / F.C. Coppleston --
5. Aquinas and the existence of God: From Summa theologiae / Thomas Aquinas. From The vindication of religion / A.E. Taylor. From The existence of God / W.I. Matson.
Series Title: Random House historical issues series, 8.
Responsibility: general editors, Brian Tiernry, Donald Kagan [and] L. Pearce Williams.

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