The spirit of mediæval philosophy, by Étienne Gilson; translated by A.H.C. Downes.

; Downes, Alfred Howard Campbell, 1882- translator
New York, C. Scribner's Sons, 1936.

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Standard Title Esprit de la philosophie médiévale. English
Other Authors Downes, Alfred Howard Campbell, 1882-
Subjects Christianisme -- Philosophie.
Christianity -- Philosophy.
Philosophie chrétienne.
Philosophie médiévale.
Philosophy and religion.
Philosophy, Medieval.
Religion -- Philosophie.
Scholasticism.
Scolastique.
Thomists.
Series Gifford lectures ; 1931-1932.
Description ix, 490 pages 23 cm.
Copyright Date 1936.
Notes Bibliographical references in "Notes" (pages 427-485).
Summary All these lectures converge to this conclusion: that the Middle Ages produced, besides a Christian literature and a Christian art as everyone admits, this very Christian philosophy which is a matter of dispute. No one, of course, maintains that this mediaeval philosophy was created out of nothing, nor yet that all mediaeval philosophy was Christian -- just as no one maintains that mediaeval literature and art were created out of nothing or were wholly Christian. - Preface.
Contents The problem of Christian philosophy -- The concept of Christian philosophy -- Being and its necessity -- Beings and their contingence -- Analogy, causality and finality -- Christian optimism -- Christian anthropology -- Christian personalism -- Self-knowledge and Christian Socratism -- Knowledge of things -- The intellect and its object -- Love and its object -- Free-will and Christian liberty -- Christian law and morality -- Intention, conscience and obligation -- The Middle Ages and nature -- The Middle Ages and history -- The Middle Ages and philosophy.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)10298861
(OCoLC)ocm10298861
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WorldCat Identities Gilson, Etienne, 1884-1978.
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