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The History of Medieval Philosophy

Selected Figures of Scholastic Tradition I

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Ladislav Tkáčik

Calling an epoch Middle Age already involves some sort of judgment. But Middle Ages represent a historic period, in which the identity was established, which was denied by the renaissance, modern world and which however is now being discovered again in its sense and beauty. It is a period in which a co-existence between faith and intellect, between ecclesiastical and profane culture was possible. It was a varied living space in which philosophy, mystique and practice could exist side by side. It is a world which is lost today and which we can get a hold of again only by intellectual appropriation.

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ed again in its sense and beauty. It is a period in which a co-existence between faith and intellect, between ecclesiastical and profane culture was possible. It was a varied living space in which philosophy, mystique and practice could exist side by side. It is a world which is lost today and which we can get a hold of again only by intellectual appropriation. Ladislav Tkáčik is an Associ- ated Professor of philosophy at Trnava University. His research focuses on phenom- enology, hermeneutics and philosophy of culture. IsBN 978-3-631-67460-4 l a disl av tk áčik The History of Medieval Philosophy Selected Figures of Scholastic Tradition I U N I s l o v a k I a l adisl av tk áčik The History of Medieval Philosophy Selected Figures of Scholastic Tradition I Calling an epoch Middle Age already involves some sort of judgment. But Middle Ages represent a historic period, in which the identity was established, which was denied by the renaissance, modern world and which however is now being discovered again in its sense and beauty. It is a period in which a co-existence between faith and intellect, between ecclesiastical and profane culture was possible. It was a varied living space in which philosophy, mystique and practice could exist side by side. It is a world which is lost today and which we can get a hold of again only by intellectual appropriation. Ladislav Tkáčik is an Associ- ated Professor of philosophy at Trnava University. His...

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