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Aristotle's Children : How Christians, Muslims and Jews Rediscovered Ancient Wisdom and Illuminated the Dark Ages

Rubenstein, Richard E.

Harcourt, Inc, 2003 New York.

368p.

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In the 12th century Toledo, Spain, groups of Muslim, Christian and Jewish scholars collaborated on translating the ancient classics; and ideas long forgotten galivanized Europe, turning Western thinking away from the supernatural world and toward the world of nature. This sparked fierce controversies in the universities and caused major changes in the Catholic church.

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ISBN:

978-0-15-100720-2

Author:

Rubenstein, Richard E.

Title:

Aristotle's Children : How Christians, Muslims and Jews Rediscovered Ancient Wisdom and Illuminated the Dark Ages.

Publisher:

Harcourt, Inc, 2003 New York.

Physical:

368p.

Summary:

In the 12th century Toledo, Spain, groups of Muslim, Christian and Jewish scholars collaborated on translating the ancient classics; and ideas long forgotten galivanized Europe, turning Western thinking away from the supernatural world and toward the world of nature. This sparked fierce controversies in the universities and caused major changes in the Catholic church.

Subject:

Scholasticism

Subject:

Aristotle--Influence

Subject:

Faith and Reason--Christianity--History of Doctines.

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