|Title: ||When was medieval philosophy?|
|Authors: ||Marenbon, John|
|Keywords: ||Medieval philosophy|
|Issue Date: ||1-Dec-2011|
|Publisher: ||Faculty of Philosophy, University of Cambridge|
|Citation: ||Marenbon, John. (2011) 'When was medieval philosophy?' [Inaugural Lecture, University of Cambridge. 30 November 2011]. Retrieved from http://www.dspace.cam.ac.uk/handle/1810/240658.|
|Abstract: ||John Marenbon argues against the usual chronological division, according to which there was a period of ‘medieval philosophy’ corresponding roughly to the Middle Ages. Using as his basis an argument about why studying antiquated philosophy is valuable, he explains why such a question about chronological divisions is important.|
|Description: ||Typescript of an Inaugural Lecture by John Marenbon, as Honorary Professor of Medieval Philosophy in the University of Cambridge, delivered November 30, 2011.|
|Appears in Collections:||Scholarly works - Philosophy|
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