Parisian Questions and Prologues

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Jolivet, Jean, “Variations sur le thème du temps chez al-Kindî,” in his Medievalia et arabica, pp. 269-78 [reprint from 2003]. -------, “Les yeux des chauves-souris,” in his Medievalia et arabica, pp. 293-302 [reprint from 2003]. The humanist movement did not eliminate older approaches to philosophy, but contributed to change them in important ways, providing new information and new methods to the field. In Lecture VIII, Gilson discusses the Christian idea of providence and its distinctive development in mediæval philosophy from its historical antecedents in Plato.

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Publisher: Pontifical Institute of Mediaeval Studies; Reprint edition (January 1, 1974)

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