New Edition of the Dover Edition 1953
Maurice de Wulf
“The point of view, which we choose for our treatment in these lectures, is that of the relational aspects in mediaeval philosophy – a study which relates the philosophy to the other factors in that civilization taken as an organic whole. We shall be concerned therefore less with isolated personalities than with the general philosophical mind of the age, its way of conceiving life and reality.”
About the Author
Maurice De Wulf, 1867-1947, a Thomistic philosopher, professor of philosophy at the Catholic University of Leuven, is one of the pioneers of the historiography of medieval philosophy.