Whichofthese ancient philosophers carried themost importance in relationship tothe increase inthe more modernMiddleAges school of philosophy?
- Josh AlfredLv 51 month ago
Aristotle. He had the greatest influence on middle age philosophers because 1) The extent of his work. 2) The clarity of which it was presented with. 3) The subject matters themselves, such as biology and physics, Outside of Aristotle, most of medieval Europe was influenced by Judeo-Christianity and the Middle East by the Quran, but both emerged philosophers that took Aristotle seriously.
- 1 month ago
After the influence of Plato and Saint Augustine, Aristotle was most influential until the 17th c., when Plato came back into dominance.
- j153eLv 71 month ago
Plato asked the most profound questions, and Aristotle was the more admired hence influential until the modern era of Sir Francis Bacon, who understood the problems of Aristotelian rigidity.
So, for class grade purposes, "Aristotle" is the Most Important in the "More Modern Middle Ages" (a kind of oxymoron) School (there was more than one School, however, if this question reflects the level of focus in an History of Philosophy A = B kind of match the terms treatment, then there is of course The school).
- JJLv 71 month ago
At age 17, Aristotle enrolled in the Platonic Academy. He would stay there for 20 years. Founded by the father of Western philosophy, the Greek philosopher ... to the young, in saving them from error, just as it is also to the old, with a ... is more emotional, and it's often the most short-lived of the relationships.