Table of contents for Aristotle's children : how Christians, Muslims, and Jews rediscovered ancient wisdom and illuminated the Dark Ages / Richard E. Rubenstein.


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CONTENTS
Preface
Prologue: The Medieval Star-Gate
Chapter 1: "The Masters of Those Who Know": Aristotle Rediscovered
Chapter 2: The Murder of "Lady Philosophy": How the Ancient Wisdom Was Lost, and How It Was Found Again
Chapter 3: "His Books Have Wings": Peter Abelard and the Revival of Reason
Chapter 4: "He Who Strikes You Dead Will Earn a Blessing": Aristotle Among the Heretics
Chapter 5: "Hark, Hark the Dogs Do Bark": Aristotle and the Teaching Friars
Chapter 6: "This Man Understands": The Great Debate at the University of Paris
Chapter 7: "Ockham's Razor": The Divorce of Faith and Reason
Chapter 8: "God Does Not Have to Move These Circles Anymore: Aristotle and the Modern World
Notes
Selected Bibliography
Acknowledgments
Index
 

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: Scholasticism, Aristotle Influence, Faith and reason Christianity History of doctrines