Pierre Abelard

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French philosopher and theologian

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De estas tres fases, aquella de la cual se obtuvieron mas textos referentes al problema del paganismo fue la tercera, lo cual resulta comprensible si atendemos a que, segun Marenbon, el siguiente autor en tratar dicha materia tras Agustin de Hipona (354-430) y Boecio (480-524) fue Pierre Abelard (1079-1142).
It tells the extraordinary true story of an ill-fated love affair between scholar and theologian Pierre Abelard and his student Heloise d'Argenteuil - both quite brilliant minds in 12th Century France.
Not long after dispatching to the capitol approximately 20 wagonloads of treatises on everything from Pierre Abelard to zoology, Jefferson began to rebuild his Monticello library.
265; and Mary Martin McLaughlin, 'Peter Abelard and the Dignity of Women: Twelfth Century "Feminism" in Theory and Practice', in Pierre Abelard, Pierre le Venerable: Colloques Internationaux du Centre Nationale de la Recherche Scientifique (Paris: Editions du Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique, 1975), pp.
Particularly appealing is Logan's ninth chapter, "Three 12th-Century Profiles," which vividly outlines the lives of Pierre Abelard (with much attention to Heloise, who fails to warrant mention in Thompson's account), Thomas Becket and Hildegard of Bingen.