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  1. Aug 28, 2003 · Eriugena is, also, though this parallel remains to be explored, more or less a contemporary of the Arab Neoplatonist Al-Kindi. Since the seventeenth century, it has become usual to refer to this Irish philosopher as John Scottus (or “Scotus”) Eriugena to distinguish him from the thirteenth-century John Duns Scotus (see entry).

    • Dermot Moran, Adrian Guiu
    • 2003
  2. Jun 24, 2020 · The only complete English translation of Eriugena’s magnum opus By Joshua Robinson The Periphyseon (On Nature), or De divisione naturae, as it is also known, is the masterwork of John Scotus Eriugena, the leading intellectual figure at the Carolingian court of Charles the Bald in the ninth century.

  3. John Scottus Eriugena Johannes (c.800 - c.877), who signed himself as ‘Eriugena’ in one manuscript, and who was referred to by his contemporaries as ‘the Irishman’ ( scottus — in the 9 th century Ireland was referred to as ‘ Scotia Maior ’ and its inhabitants as ‘ scotti ’) is the most significant Irish intellectual of the early monastic period.

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  5. Sep 22, 2011 · Since the seventeenth century, it has become usual to refer to this Irish philosopher as John Scottus (or 'Scotus') Eriugena to distinguish him from the thirteenth-century John Duns Scotus. Myra Uhlfelder (Bryn Mawr Ph.D. 1952) taught classical and medieval Latin at Bryn Mawr. Product details Publisher ‏ : ‎ Wipf and Stock (September 22, 2011)

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  6. Publication date: June 2020. ISBN: 9780884024620. Subject: Medieval Studies, Translation. Series: Dumbarton Oaks Other Titles. Called the “final achievement” of ancient philosophy, Eriugena’s Periphyseon draws on the author’s remarkable knowledge of Greek and Latin Christian theology to present a Neoplatonic cosmology and the fourfold ...

  7. Johannes Scotus Eriugena, I. P. Sheldon-Williams, John J. O’Meara Johannes Scotus Erigena (ca. 810–ca. 877), commonly known as Eriugena, was an Irish monk, translator, and philosopher. By 851, he was at the West Frankish court of Charles the Bald, where he would remain for the rest of his life at the palace school.

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