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The workshop will provide the occasion of a dialogue between medieval and contemporary perspectives and shall result in a volume on the instant of change in medieval and contemporary philosophy. How would his theory of distributive justice be applied to our lives today and to basic political and economic issues? The so called “School of Chartres” may likewise have been such a cathedral school.[ 23 ] The scholars there were especially interested in that portion of Plato's Timaeus that was circulating in Calcidius's translation (see above ), and in the metaphysical implications of Boethius's Theological Tractates.

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