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Nevertheless, neither McLuhan's physical proximity to the aegis of the revival nor the close correspondence of his social criticism to that found in the Modern Schoolman and other neo-scholastic circles of the era were sufficient to move him to embrace the boosterism that had insinuated itself into so many quarters of the revival by then.
Louis Community College-Meramec * Richard Kalfus ** Eric Meyer ** Marion Reuter ** Marilyn Schoolman * St.
He was an excellent parish administrator, schoolman, and missionary superior.
His publications appear in books and periodicals including International Philosophical Quarterly, The Modern Schoolman, and the Review of Metaphysics.
In the summer of 1872 he read Duns Scotus, a medieval schoolman, for the first time.
Ethelwold, in addition to serving as bishop, acted in many other capacities, as abbot, schoolman, scriptorium advisor, reformer, and rebuilder of monasteries.
Muller-Bardorff M, Rauscher T, Kampmann M, Schoolman S, Mangold D, Remppis A, Katus HA.
South African-born Alice - married to writer Paul Schoolman - admitted that love scenes are usually difficult.
It used to be that pets were called pets,'' said Bill Schoolman, executive director of the American Pet Products Manufacturers Association.
This of course greatly simplifies cost-benefit analysis, which in the hands of a dedicated statistical economist determined to compare the cost of money borrowed now and repaid over forty years with the benefits that will flow at various forecast levels of traffic growth can become an exercise a medieval schoolman would admire - and with about as strong a relationship with real life as angels on the point of a pin.
In his study of Fernando de Cordoba, a fifteenth-century schoolman whose works are a strange mixture of scholastic and Renaissance elements, Bonilla y San Martin accepted the beginning of the Renaissance as the middle of the fifteenth century, but extended its duration from 1517 (the beginning of the Reformation) to an arbitrary 1550.
On the other hand, it was not the arid jargon and barren formulas of the Averoist schoolman, it was his free canvassing of such problems as the unity of the intellect, and the immortality of the soul, which drew the Italian students, full of the scepticism and the intellectual agitation of that time, to their lectures.