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Latin Philosophy, 1350–1550

John Marenbon

in The Oxford Handbook of Medieval Philosophy

Published in print May 2012 | ISBN: 9780195379488
Published online September 2012 | | DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1093/oxfordhb/9780195379488.013.0010

Series: Oxford Handbooks

 Latin Philosophy, 1350–1550

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This article explores the view that the two centuries beginning in 1350 lead a double life in the history of philosophy and provide an epilogue to Histories of medieval philosophy, usually a short article by comparison with the preceding section, and one that tells a story of decline. The same period, sometimes extended to 1600, forms the entire subject for what is called “Renaissance philosophy” and has its own Histories. Medieval philosophy is, at least to some extent, discussed philosophically. Renaissance philosophy tends rather to be the preserve of scholars with a strong interest in the history of ideas, religion, culture, and the transmission of ancient sources, and less in the detailed arguments and their analysis. Another issue that cuts across the usual categories concerns the relationship between Christian doctrine and the tradition of philosophy.

Keywords: Renaissance philosophy; medieval philosophy; Latin Europe; Christian doctrine

Article.  12437 words. 

Subjects: Philosophy ; History of Western Philosophy

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