Scholasticism and Aristotle

Scholastic philosophy was the philosophy of the schools, the philosophy which was taught in institutions of higher learning, whether the secular universities or the institutions of religious orders.

Further reading

Copenhaver, B. and Schmitt, C.B. (1992) Renaissance Philosophy, Oxford and New York: Oxford University Press.

Garber, D. and Ayers, M. (1998) The Cambridge History of Seventeenth-Century Philosophy, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2 vols.

Grendler, P.F. (1999) Encyclopedia of the Renaissance, New York: Scribner’s in association with the Renaissance Society of America, 6 vols.

Kraye, J. (1996) The Cambridge Companion to Renaissance Humanism, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Kraye, J. (1997) Cambridge Translations of Renaissance Philosophical Texts. Vol.I. Moral Philosophy. Vol.II. Political Philosophy, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Kraye, J. and Stone, M.W.F. (2000) Humanism and Early Modern Philosophy, London and New York: Routledge.

Kristeller, P.O. (1964) Eight Philosophers of the Italian Renaissance, Stanford, CA: Stanford University Press.

Parkinson, G.H.R. (1993) The Renaissance and Seventeenth-century Rationalism, London and New York: Routledge.

Renaissance Quarterly. Published four times a year by the Renaissance Society of America.

Schmitt, C.B., Skinner, Q. and Kessler, E. (1988) The Cambridge History of Renaissance Philosophy, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Vivarium. An International Journal for the Philosophy and Intellectual Life of the Middle Ages and Renaissance. Published twice a year by Brill, Leiden.

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