The Christian Philosophy of John Scotus Erigena

  title={The Christian Philosophy of John Scotus Erigena},
  author={W. Pittenger},
  journal={The Journal of Religion},
  pages={246 - 257}
European countries. He was at the court of Charles the Bald, possibly from 840, and is said to have been a favorite of the French king and the master of the palatine school which had been founded some time earlier by Charlemagne and Alcuin, his English schoolmaster-friend. While at the court school, Erigena translated the works of the PseudoDionysius, who was at that time believed to have been the Dionysius converted by Paul, and the apostle of Christianity to the Gauls. He also translated * Mr… Expand
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