Minor in Classics: Medieval Philosophy - Medieval Philosophy from Augustine to Anselm CLAS 3381   Medieval Philosophy from Augustine to Anselm
A study of texts, primarily within the Latin tradition from Augustine to Anselm, but including selected writings of the Pseudo-Dionysius. Three works will normally be read in their entirety: Boethius, Consolation of Philosophy; Dionysius, Mystical Theology; Anselm, Proslogion. The main interest is the use and transformation of the philosophy of Plato, Aristotle, the Stoics and the Neoplatonists in this development.
FORMAT: Lecture
CROSS-LISTING: RELS 3381.03, PHIL 2381.03
EXCLUSIONS: CLAS 3380X/Y.06, PHIL 2380X/Y.06