Philosophy and learning : universities in the Middle Ages /
The history of universities has long been an object of scholarly research. Nonetheless, the proposed questions and themes have too often been handled in isolation. The present collection, divided into three thematic sections, attempts to connect subjects which are bound together in the context of th...
|Published:||Leiden ; New York : E.J. Brill, 1995.|
|Series:||Education and society in the Middle Ages and Renaissance ;
v. 6. |
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