Christian Readings of Aristotle from the Middle Ages to the

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During these years, the ethnicity of Rome and Greece marking the classical period was revived. It was created at the moment in which it was united with the body: creando infunditur, et infundendo creatur is the Scholastic phrase. Anyone interested in medieval philosophy is welcome to join. What effect does it have on fundamental attitude? 5. El-Rayes, Waseem M., “The Book of Allusions: A New Translation of the Title to Ibn Khaldûn’s Kitâb al-‘Ibar,” Religious Studies and Theology, 32.2 (2013): 163-84.

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Publisher: Brepols Publishers (October 4, 2011)

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