Anselm Canterbury: Features of the Rationalization of God and the World

  • S.S. Pkhydenko

Abstract

An in-depth analysis of medieval philosophy has lately attracted scholars and theologians alike. The historical stratum of human culture and spirituality, which has been around for almost a dozen centuries, has not unduly aroused scientific interest. One of the reasons for this attitude is hidden in the unique phenomenon of a special kind of philosophy - scholasticism, generated at the intersection of two cultures - religious-Christian and philosophical. Scholasticism was perceived by scientists as something of no value, insignificant and empty. Almost unexplored, it remains in religious literature.

Published
2004-03-09
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