A sketch of mediaeval philosophy, by D.J.B. Hawkins.

New York, Sheed and Ward, 1947.

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George Washington
WRLC Shared Collections Facility
B 721 .H36 1949 Off-site
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B721.H37 S6 1947 Available Request
Subjects Philosophie médiévale.
Philosophy, Medieval.
Description vii, 9-174 pages 20 cm
Copyright Date 1947.
Notes "Represents the substance of a course of ten lectures, given on two occasions to the Newman association."--Foreward.
"A select list of books": pages 163-168.
Contents The sources and aims of mediaeval philosophy -- Erigena and St. Anselm -- Abelard and the twelfth century -- The recovery of Aristotle -- St. Bonaventure -- St. Thomas Aquinas -- Duns Scotus -- The fourteenth and fifteenth centuries -- The Renaissance and later scholasticism.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)512245
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WorldCat Identities Hawkins, D. J. B. 1906-1964.
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