Medieval Philosophy: A New History of Western Philosophy

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This is also called " Western philosophy ", especially when contrasted with " Eastern philosophy ", which broadly subsumes the philosophic traditions of Asia. Summer, semester, or year abroad study can greatly enrich one’s program. His books include Pagans and Philosophers. The need of a medium of communication, used to convey the revealed meaning of religion, God, man and the material universe led the early Christian Thinkers to adopt Greek scientific terminology for their own purposes.

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Publisher: Oxford University Press (September 1, 2005)

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