Albert the Great

[Revised entry by Markus Führer on January 16, 2014. Changes to: Bibliography] Albertus Magnus, also known as Albert the Great, was one of the most universal thinkers to appear during the Middle
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[Revised entry by Markus Führer on January 16, 2014. Changes to: Bibliography] Albertus Magnus, also known as Albert the Great, was one of the most universal thinkers to appear during the Middle Ages. Even more so than his most famous student, St. Thomas of Aquinas, Albert's interests ranged from natural science all the way to theology. He made contributions to logic, psychology, metaphysics, meteorology, mineralogy, and zoology. He was an avid commentator on nearly all the...

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