Contemporary interest in scholasticism, particularly among the neoscholastics, began as a concerted effort toward the end of the 19th cent. at the Univ. of Louvain. Impetus was given to the movement by the papal encyclical of Leo XIII,
Sections in this article:
- Continuation of the Scholastic Tradition
- The Golden Age
- Early Scholasticism
- Influences on Scholasticism
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