Aristotle in Britain During the Middle Ages
Editor: John Marenbon
Contributing author: R, James Long
R. James Long is a contributing author, "The Reception and Use of Aristotle by the Early English Dominicans", pp. 51-56.
Book description: Several specialists illustrate the wide range of Britain's contribution to medieval philosophy. A number of the discussions throw new light on celebratedBritish medieval philosophers, such as Robert Grossetetste and John Duns Scotus. Others show the importance of less well-known thinkers such as Richard Fishacre, Richard Rufus and Thomas Wylton. The subjects of the papers range widely, both chronologically-from Anselm of Canterbury in the eleventh century to the political and ethical writers of fifteenth-century Oxford and Cambridge - and in method - from philosophical analyses to manuscript studies.
R. James Long (1996). "The Reception and Use of Aristotle by the Early English Dominicans" in Aristotle in Britain During the Middle Ages, ed. John Marenbon (Turnhout [Belgium]: Brepols, 1996), pp. 51-56.
Marenbon, John and Long, R. James, "Aristotle in Britain During the Middle Ages" (1996). Philosophy Faculty Book Gallery. 10.