Interpreting the Interpreter: Awe and Exceptionalism in the Averroes of Étienne Gilson, 2019
By: Gary M. Kelly
Title Interpreting the Interpreter: Awe and Exceptionalism in the Averroes of Étienne Gilson
Type Book Section
Language English
Date 2019
Published in The Pilgrimage of Philosophy. A Festschrift for Charles E. Butterworth
Pages 257–272
Categories Modern Readings, Tradition and Reception
Author(s) Gary M. Kelly
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Interpreting the Interpreter: Awe and Exceptionalism in the Averroes of Étienne Gilson, 2019
By: Gary M. Kelly
Title Interpreting the Interpreter: Awe and Exceptionalism in the Averroes of Étienne Gilson
Type Book Section
Language English
Date 2019
Published in The Pilgrimage of Philosophy. A Festschrift for Charles E. Butterworth
Pages 257–272
Categories Modern Readings, Tradition and Reception
Author(s) Gary M. Kelly
Publisher(s)
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