MED 336 / CLA 337

Plato’s Legacy in the Middle Ages

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A survey of the most important Neoplatonic philosophers and Christian writers of Late Antiquity and the Middle Ages influenced by Neoplatonism, up to the late 13th century; the emphasis is very much on the reception of Plato’s dialogue Timaeus, more specifically on the creation of the world.

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