Author: Alessandro Ghisalberti
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Categorie della teologia razionale nel medioevo
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The "hiding of God" is the spring that pushes medieval thinkers to seek it in Scripture, in the symbolism of nature, in the speculative force of human rationality. The author, starting from the analysis of significant authors (Tommaso d'Aquino, Bonaventura, Duns Scotus ...) highlights how the critical comparison with the categories of Greek, Platonic philosophical thought was decisive for the elaboration of the rational theology of the Middle Ages and Aristotelian.
The text, published in the first edition in 1990, which has become a classic as a manual of philosophy and medieval theology, is presented in a completely revised new edition and with an updated bibliography to the present day.
ALESSANDRO GHISALBERTI former full professor of Theoretical Philosophy and History of Medieval Philosophy at the Catholic University of Milan, is the author of numerous studies relating to the major masters of Scholasticism, with particular attention to the relationship between philosophical rationality and Christian revelation.