Medieval Philosophy

Medieval Philosophy provides us with some of the most famous religious thinkers of Judaism, Christianity and Islam. From Maimonides to Aquinas, Avicenna and Al-Ghazali, these supposed “dark ages” were actually a time of rich intellectual and spiritual thought.

From the pragmatic political philosophy of the Italian diplomat Niccolo Machiavelli to the French essayist and Modern skeptic Michel de Montaigne, we see the beginnings of a transition from the Ancient worldview to the Modern Age.