Labyrinth Search Results: 15 link(s)
Philosophy > (General)
- Article about the life of Abelard at the Jacques Maritain Center.
- Albertus Magnus
- Article about the life and works of Albertus Magnus at the Jacques Maritain Center.
- Brief biography of Bonaventure at the Jacques Maritain Center.
- Doctor Virtualis
- A virtual and paper review edited by the Department of Philosophy, Università degli Studi, Milano, Italia.
- Research in the life and works of Robert Grosseteste (ca. 1170-1253). Grosseteste was well known both as an English scholar and as Bishop of Lincoln (1235-1253).
- Scotism and Scotists
- Description of Scotism at the Jacques Maritain Center.
- University of Chicago Philosophy Project
- The University of Chicago Philosophy Project contains several philosophical discussions between small groups of participants.
- WWW Virtual Library: Philosophy
- The WWW Philosophy Virtual Library offers access to thousands of high quality resources.
Philosophy > Aquinas, St. Thomas, 1225-1274
- Thomas Aquinas
- Brief biography of St. Thomas Aquinas at the Jacques Maritain Center.
- Thomas Aquinas in English: A Bibliography
- Extensive collection covering commentaries on many of St. Thomas Aquinas' works, created by Therese Bonin.
- Explanation of Thomism at the Jacques Maritain Center.
Philosophy > Augustine, Bishop of Hippo
- Augustine, De Dialectica
- Text and translation by James Marchand of the University of Illinois (Urbana); HTML ed., James O'Donnell. English translation provided.
Philosophy > Boethius, d. 524
- Carmina Philosophiae: Journal of the International Boethius Society
Philosophy > Boethius, d.524
- Boethius, De Consolatione Philosophiae
- Published by the Electronic Text Center, University of Virginia Library. Latin text, English translation, and history of Boethius.
Philosophy > Plato
- Plato, Phaedrus
- Complete text of play, html edition, Jowett, trans.
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