Johannis Wyclif Summa Insolubilium (Medieval and Renaissance

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Hadot, What is Ancient Philosophy (tr. 2002). © World Encyclopedia 2005, originally published by Oxford University Press 2005. philosophy Study of the nature of reality, knowledge, ethics and existence by means of rational inquiry. Ancient Greek philosophy extends from as far as the seventh century B. Duns Scotus' proof of the existence of God is based on the notion of causality. A few Western scholars journeyed to Constantinople, notably one James of Venice in roughly the late 1120s, an important translator of Aristotle's logical and other writings.

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