And if strangers come to supper they shall be served with more according to as they have need. - Robert Grosseteste (c. 1168-1253) Haunted by his past and facing certain ruin, Jonathan Boyd does the one thing he can do after being left to raise his infant
With an Appendix Containing Robert Grosseteste, Man is a Smaller World.
Paperback, Kessinger Publishing, 2010, ISBN13 9781168072214, ISBN10 1168072212
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Robert Grosseteste (c.1168 1253) was a theologian and philosopher who played a significant role in the development of early scientific thought; he held the position of Bishop of Lincoln from 1235 until his death. Originally published in 1940, this book co
William of Auvergne and Robert Grosseteste: New Ideas of Truth in Early Thirteenth Century
Hardcover, PIMS, 2013, ISBN13 9780888448248, ISBN10 0888448244
Robert Grosseteste's significant contributions to science and theology are a testament to his reptuation as a consummate polymath. An accomplished scholar and bishop, his multifaceted work has inspired a fourfold approach to investigating his intellect an
Bishop Robert Grosseteste and Lincoln Cathedral is an in-depth investigation of Grosseteste s relationship to the medieval cathedral at Lincoln and the surrounding city. This book will contribute to the understanding of Gothic architecture in early thirteenth century England - most specifically, how forms and spaces were conceived in relation to the cultural, religious and political life of the period.
Robert Grosseteste As Bishop of Lincoln
This book is about the development of scholastic argumentation in thirteenth-century Europe. It traces the rise of a formal model of science and resulting accommodations in traditional attitudes towards human cognition, especially with regard to the role of divine illumination. Investigated are ten theologians from Robert Grosseteste to Duns Scotus, all commonly associated with a so-called Augustinian current.