When was medieval philosophy?
Faculty of Philosophy, University of Cambridge
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Marenbon, J. (2011). When was medieval philosophy?. http://www.dspace.cam.ac.uk/handle/1810/240658
Typescript of an Inaugural Lecture by John Marenbon, as Honorary Professor of Medieval Philosophy in the University of Cambridge, delivered November 30, 2011.
John Marenbon argues against the usual chronological division, according to which there was a period of ‘medieval philosophy’ corresponding roughly to the Middle Ages. Using as his basis an argument about why studying antiquated philosophy is valuable, he explains why such a question about chronological divisions is important.
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