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By Catholic University of America / 1989–2014/
Neglected for years as a stagnant period in philosophy and theology, recent scholarship has revealed the Middle Ages to be as intellectually dynamic as any. Covering the most significant Christian writers from the eleventh to the fourteenth centuries, this collection provides insight into the development of Scholasticism, various heresies and ecclesiastical issues, and the complexities of emerging ethnocentrism. Among the included works are Aquinas’ academic sermons, Heinrich Seuse’s Wisdom’s Watch upon the Hours and Jon Duns Scotus Questions on Aristotle’s Categories. These volumes will fill the gap in medieval scholarship that exists in many libraries, providing valuable insight into Christianity’s continued development and massive influence in European history.
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