His view of the human person reflects the entire spirit of the medieval world when it comes to man.

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    Narratives of medieval philosophy regularly treat Thomas Aquinas (1224/25–74), John Duns Scotus (c. 1265–1308), as well as William of Ockham (c. 1287–1347) as "big three" figures of later middle ages; a few add Bonaventure (1221–74) as fourth.

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    Narratives of medieval philosophy regularly treat Thomas Aquinas (1224/25–74), John Duns Scotus (c. 1265–1308), as well as William of Ockham (c. 1287–1347) as "big three" figures of later middle ages; a few add Bonaventure (1221–74) as fourth.

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    The medieval philosophy focuses heavily on the metaphysical. Medieval thinkers, with the possible exceptions of Avicenna and Averroes, did not even consider oneself philosophers at all: besides eachother, the philosophers were the ancient pagan writers like Plato and Aristotle.In medieval thought, the role of philosophy was to complement Christian theology and venerate ancient thinkers who'd been held to be anything other than infallible.'Classical philosophy' could be loosely defined as a set of principles , theories and analyzes of experience, along with the intellectual edifice built upon them, worked out by ancient Greek philosophers, especially Aristotle, and further developed through medieval or post-medieval thinkers, who are mostly of specific importance.Augustine  

    While Augustine was the dominant early fat old philosopher, two others influenced some specific philosophical issues, namely Pseudo-Dionysius and Boethius.

    Ancient (Greco-Roman);

    Medieval philosophy (Christian European); and.

    Modern philosophy.

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