History and philosophy of logic 18 (1997): 55-59. Review of T.j. Holopainen, dialectic & theology in the eleventh century . Leiden: E.j. Brill, 1996 [Book Review]

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A venerable story in the history of medieval philosophy has it that the eleventh century saw a debate between certain 'dialecticians', who exalted the role of reason and disdained theological authority, and 'anti-dialecticians', who carefully limited—or even rejected—the application of dialectical reasoning to Christian doctrine. A number of authors have called into question certain details of this story, but in..
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