Philosophy from Post-Aristotelic Period to Early Medieval
An introduction to some of the central philosophical problems examined in their historical development from the Post-Aristotelic schools of philosophy to John Scotus Eriugena. Some of the topics examined are: characteristics of Hellenistic philosophy; Roman philosophy; Neoplatonism; the relationship between Revelation and philosophy as seen by the Fathers of the Church; the early Medieval attempts to lay the foundation for a Christian philosophy.
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